Debbie Reynolds
Debbie Reynolds, photographed at the Screen Actor’s Guild Awards in Los Angeles on Jan. 25, 2015, is said to have been missing her daughter in the moments before she suffered a fatal stroke. Getty Images

Debbie Reynolds’ family is reeling after losing both her and Carrie Fisher within the span of just one day. Although their hearts are broken, they are taking some solace in knowing that the legendary film stars are reunited in another life.

Todd Fisher opened up about his mother’s final moments, revealing that Carrie’s death left her devastated. TMZ reports that before she suffered a fatal stroke, Reynolds told her son, “I miss her so much, I want to be with Carrie.” The “Singing in The Rain” star is said to have been at Todd’s home when the stroke occurred. She was reportedly discussing details of her daughter’s funeral at the time.

Additionally, TMZ’s sources suggest that Reynolds suffered more than one stroke in 2016. It is not clear how many she suffered prior, but the publication suggests her health was failing. Still, it is believed that Carrie having died from heart attack complications was a contributing factor — the anonymous source believe it was simply too much for Reynolds.

Although Reynolds was struggling to cope with her grief after her daughter’s unexpected death, Todd said she died “very gently.” In an interview with ABC News he shared there was nothing more that could be done to save his mother. He added that “she was very peaceful and quiet” in the moment.

“She loved taking care of my sister more than anything. So, she gets to do that and that’s what she wanted to do.”

Reynolds’ death, like Carrie’s, has drawn an outpouring of love on social media from fans and peers. The “Scream Queens” cast rallied around granddaughter Billie Lourd, who lost both Reynolds and her mother Carrie this week. Additionally, stars like Ellen DeGeneres, William Shatner and Antonio Banderas fondly recalled Reynolds’ lengthy career and her love for Carrie.

Reynolds was rushed to a Los Angeles area hospital on Wednesday from Todd’s Beverly Hills, California, home. A spokesperson for the Los Angeles Fire Department told People magazine that they were called to the home due to a “request for medical aid” at 1:02 p.m. PST. They anonymous representative added that they “transported one adult female patient in fair to serious condition to Cedars [Sinai Medical Center].”

No further information was available at that time. News of Reynolds’ death broke shortly after she was taken to the hospital.