Carrie Fisher may be gone, but she’s left us with one last little piece of joy.
According to the late Star Wars actor’s family, her ashes have been placed within an urn that’s shaped like a giant Prozac pill.
This resting place seems incredibly fitting for a woman who regularly spoke out publicly about the importance of mental health awareness, and for someone who took every opportunity to make an ironic joke.
What’s more, it turns out that this particular Prozac pill has added sentimental significance for Fisher’s family.
According to her brother, Todd:
“It was a porcelain antique Prozac pill from the '50s that was one of Carrie's prized possessions.”
Anyone who’s even vaguely familiar with Fisher will appreciate the actor’s sense of humor, so it brings comfort to many of her millions of fans to know that, even in death, Fisher is able to provide some humor to her family, loved ones and many admirers.
While Fisher’s funeral was a private affair for family and some select friends, her family have promised a public service at a later date, to memorialize both Carrie, and her mother, Debbie Reynolds, who died just one day after her daughter.
While many are still mourning the loss of both Fisher and Reynolds, the promise of a future public memorial, plus learning of Carrie’s final joke, hopefully at least provide some comfort.