Billie Lourd, daughter of Carrie Fisher and granddaughter of Debbie Reynolds, lost both of those family members this week. While Lourd has yet to comment publicly on the sudden deaths, her stepfather Bruce Bozzi shared a supportive message over Instagram on Thursday.
Alongside a photo of the 24-year-old’s graduation from New York University in 2014, where she is shown posing with Reynolds and Fisher, Bozzi offered words of praise for all three women.
“It’s an honor to be your Stepfather,” he began, recalling the big day. “[At] Yankee Stadium your mom and I laughed our asses off, as she kept one fantastic line coming after the other,” he continued.
“I promise I will always be [a good stepfather] & the strength of these women live so vibrantly in you. I’ve been lucky enough to see this for a decade! Many decades to come…..heaven just got a shit load more fun!!!!”
Bozzi married his longtime partner, agent Bryan Lourd, in October. Lourd was married to Fisher, who died Tuesday, in the early 1990s before his divorce from the “Star Wars” actress revealed him to be gay.
Lourd became the managing director of CAA, a top talent agency whose clients include Jennifer Lawrence and George Clooney; Bozzi’s family runs the high-end Palm chain of restaurants.
With parents and grandparents like those, it’s not surprising that Billie Lourd went into acting herself. She currently stars as Chanel #3 in Ryan Murphy’s “Scream Queens” alongside Emma Roberts, Jamie Lee Curtis, John Stamos and her rumored boyfriend Taylor Lautner. She’ll also be reprising her small role from “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” in the upcoming “Star Wars: Episode VIII,” set for 2017 release.