The home of the late Carrie Fisher and mother Debbie Reynolds is being sold and many of their personal items.
Among the stuff up for grabs: Fisher’s personalized director’s chair from the “Return of the Jedi” film, Reynolds’ dress from the classic movie “Singin’ in the Rain” and a life-size Princess Leia statue inside a British vintage British phone booth, which belonged to Carrie.
The real estate company Williams and Williams Estates is handling the sale, which will include more than 15-hundred items.
The 1928 house, complete with swimming pool, tennis court and a guest house where Fisher lived for many years, is listed at $18 million and will be sold separately.
Some of the proceeds from the sale will go toward charities for people with mental health issues.
Fisher who died of a heart attack was 60-years-old, and Reynolds who was 84-years-old passed away within 24 hours back in December 2016.