Debbie Reynolds and her daughter seemed to have a very close and loving relationship. The fact that Reynolds passed away the day after her daughter did has led to speculation that Reynolds had died of a broken heart. It would be fitting to hold a joint service for the two in honor of their close bond.
Yes, it is a good idea to hold a joint funeral for Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds. This mother and daughter duo were very close, and deserve to be commemorated together. Debbie Reynolds was so distraught by her daughter Carrie Fisher's death that many believe she died of a broken heart.
Yes, it is a good idea to hold a joint funeral for Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds, because they were very close as mother and daughter. There are a lot of people who probably knew them both very well and they would want to celebrate both of their lives. A joint funeral would be convenient.
Funerals are expensive, and many of the costs that go along with them can be reduced if instead of having two funerals, there is one joint funeral. The bond between mother and daughter will also be emphasized in a joint funeral, because it makes them seem closer together. Finally, a joint funeral is more convenient for the people looking to attend, because instead of two events, it is on one day, so it takes up less time.