Here’s what it’s like waiting in line with fans at Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds’ memorial

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LOS ANGELES—For Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds fans, getting a wristband to the stars’ public memorial was of a galactic proportion: A rare, once-in-a-lifetime event.

It meant they were guaranteed a seat in the Hall of Freedom at the Forest Lawn Cemetery, where the memorial is taking place later today—a guaranteed goodbye to Star Wars queen and her legendary Singin’ in the Rain mom.

“Princess Leia, Luke and Han Solo—they’re like family,” said Liza Rios-Proprofsky, who was at the front of the line with her husband. The two had a Star Wars themed wedding last year. They have matching wedding rings with the Jedi symbol on them. …

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