Carrie Fisher's Urn Is Her "Prized Possession" Antique Prozac Pill
The family will plan a public memorial for Fisher and mother Debbie Reynolds in the future.
Carrie Fisher was always making people crack a smile in life, and she made sure she got just one more out of them in death.
It was revealed on Friday that Fisher's ashes were placed in a gigantic Prozac-pill urn.
"It was a porcelain antique Prozac pill from the '50s that was one of Carrie's prized possessions," Todd, Fisher's brother, told The Hollywood Reporter.
Fisher died after suffering a heart attack late last month. She was 60. Her mother, the iconic starlet Reynolds, died a day later. She was 84.
Fisher was honest and open about her battles with drugs and mental illness throughout her career. She also had a kooky sense of humor, so it makes sense the Princess Leia actress would want her urn to resemble an antidepressant pill.
A private gathering for friends and family was held in Beverly Hills on Thursday. Meryl Streep was among those in attendance.
Todd Fisher has said the family will plan a public memorial for the two actresses in the future.