The late actress Carrie Fisher's body was cremated, and her 84-year-old mother Debbie Reynolds will be laid to rest in a few days. The actress (who was accompanied by a close friend on a flight from London to the United States) went into cardiac arrest after complaining of severe chest pains. She was attended to by medical personnel on board the airline carrier. An emergency response team who was notified of the actress' situation before the flight landed at LAX rushed Fisher to a nearby hospital.

The famous actress remained in a coma at the UCLA hospital and died four days after being admitted to the facility.

But, while the world mourns the passing, her mother, who had tweeted that she was in stable condition the day before her passing, shocked the world a day after her death. Reynolds was rushed to a nearby hospital where she died after suffering from a stroke.

Funeral service for Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher

A source close to the family reported that the late 'Star Wars' actress' body had been cremated. The anonymous person also disclosed that the funeral of her late mom is scheduled for Friday, and she will be laid to rest with an urn containing some of the ashes of her late daughter.

Celebrating the lives of Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds

The source also disclosed that a private ceremony celebrating the life of the "Star Wars" actress will be held on Thursday.

According to ET Online, a public ceremony will be held sometime in the future to celebrate the life of Fisher and her famous mom; Debbie Reynolds. The private ceremony will be attended by some renowned Celebrities, including ex-husband Paul Simon, actress Meryl Streep, and Tom Hanks.

Billie Lourd left with Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher's legacy

Both mother and daughter; Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher are survived by Fisher's only child; Billie Lourd, and Reynolds' son Todd Fisher. Lourd recently penned a heartfelt message to thank everyone for their prayers and support in the family's time of grief.