This past weekend it was revealed that Princess Leia’s entire estate has been signed over to her daughter Billie Lourde, 24.
Fisher’s assets include all of her personal fortune, a fleet of luxury vehicles, personal items like jewelry, artwork, and collectables, ownership of several insurance policies, and the rights to her mother’s public image, including her intellectual property rights, like ongoing proceeds from Fisher’s books, specials, trademarks, and copyrights. The entire estate is estimate in $24.98 million.
Lourde is expected to receive the profits from the sale of the $18 million Beverly Hills estate owned by Carrie and her mother—Debbie Reynolds.
Other memorabilia are set to be auctioned later this year. The Profiles in History auction house said more than 1,500 items belonging to Fisher and her mother will be sold off, with part of the proceeds going to mental health charities, including The Thalians, which Reynolds co-founded.
The court documents were unveiled six months after Carrie passed away on December 27 last year. A recently released autopsy found the 60-year-old had other substances in her system when she died following a heart attack, for which she was rushed to a hospital, where she was treated. She later died in the hospital, just one day before Reynolds.
The two women were buried together at Forest Lawn Hollywood Hills.