Debbie Reynold’s: The Singin’ In The Rain Star’s Cause Of Death Revealed

The cause of death for Singin’ In The Rain star Debbie Reynolds has been revealed, with the official death certificate being obtained by TMZ.

It’s reported that the 84-year old died from a burst blood vessel on the brain, otherwise known as a stroke. It’s thought that her high blood pressure was the underlying cause.

The Hollywood actress passed away just one day after her beloved daughter Carrie Fisher died, with those closest to the mother-daughter duo insisting Debbie just couldn’t cope without Carrie being here.

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Reynolds died on December 28, 2016 at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in LA, whilst her 60-year old daughter, best known for her role as Princess Leia in the original Star Wars films series, died from a massive heart attack on December 27.

Fisher had suffered the cardiac arrest a week prior to her death whilst on a flight back to LA from London. Whilst the famous actress seemed to remain stable over the Christmas period, she sadly lost the fight just one day after Boxing Day.

Reynolds and Fisher starred in HBO’s documenraty series Bright Lights in May, 2016, with the TV show being premiered at the Cannes Film Festival.

The documentary show looked back on their relationship over the years, with them both living their lives in the spotlight and looked over their huge successes in Hollywood.

A joint funeral ceremony was held last Friday, January 6, at the Forrest Lawn in Burbank, California, with the family members being buried next to each other.

The likes of Gwyneth Paltrow and Stephen Fry were among the celebrities who paid their respects to the showbiz pair, as well as daughter and granddaughter Billie Lourd.

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24-year old Lourd, who stars in the horror-comedy series Scream Queens, uploaded a heartwarming post about the tragedy on her Instagram page last week, thanking fans for their amazing support.

During Sunday’s Golden Globe awards, a touching tribute was made to the former actresses, featuring Reynold’s legendary performance of ‘You Made Me Love You’ which she sang in musical ‘Irene’, as well as memorable moments from both her’s and Carrie’s outstanding careers.

Carrie’s death, although was knowingly caused by the heart attack she suffered on the flight back to LA, is still being investigated with professionals. They are trying to get to the bottom of what caused such a massive cardiac arrest.