Billie Lourd, who is the daughter of American actress, writer, and humorist Carrie Fisher is going to inherit her estate worth almost 7 million dollars.
These include several bank accounts, a auto, full ownership of several Limited Liability Companies (LLC) and a life insurance policy. This included several bank accounts, a life insurance policy, the ownership of several LLCs, as well as a used 2016 Tesla S. Billie Lourd is now also the proud owner of her mother's jewelry, artwork and collectables.
Additionally, the 25-year-old actress will inherit the rights to her mother's public image and likeness, as well as her intellectual property rights - including ongoing proceeds from Fisher's books, specials, trademarks and copyrights. It has been heard that the actress has some possibility of inheriting more than the amount of property disclosed.
Fisher, who played Princess Leia in the Star Wars anthology, initially had a heart attack on a December 23 flight from London to Los Angeles. In The Last Jedi, sadly, fans will also be saying goodbye to Leia Organa due to the sudden passing of actress Carrie Fisher late past year.
Fisher tragically died one day after her mum, who was 84.
Earlier this month, Lourd opened up about what life has been like without her mother and grandmother during an interview with American Horror Story star Sarah Paulson for Town & Country's September issue.
"If life's not amusing, then it's just true - and that would be unacceptable", she explained. "When Debbie died the next day, I could just picture her saying, 'Well, she's upstaging me once again, of course - she had to'". Billie Lourd added that this will be the first time that she will get to own her life and stand independently.
However, Billie feels there is "a lot of pressure" on her to continue Carrie's "incredible legacy".