Carrie Fisher Is In Stable Condition, According to Actress' Mother Debbie Reynolds

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Carrie Fisher is in stable condition after suffering a major heart attack.
The actress' mother, Debbie Reynolds, tweeted the update to family, friends and fans on Sunday.
"Carrie is in stable condition. If there is a change,we will share it," the 84-year-old actress wrote alongside a photo of her daughter. "For all her fans & friends. I thank you for your prayers & good wishes."
Carrie's half-sister, Joely Fisher, rewteeted Debbie's Christmas update, writing "MamaDebs" alonsgide a heart emoji.
Carrie, 60, suffered a heart attack while aboard an airplane flying from London to Los Angeles on Friday.
ET spoke with her brother, Todd Fisher, on Friday, when her condition was then unknown.
"She is in the intensive care unit, she is being well looked after," Todd said at the time. "If everyone could just pray for her that would be good. The doctors are doing their thing and we don't want to bug them. We are waiting by patiently."
Shortly after the news broke, Joely took to Twitter to send prayers to Carrie.
"Use the force babe," she wrote alongside a photo of her sister, adding lip and heart emojis.
Then on Saturday, the 49-year-old actress tweeted another message to Carrie. She posted a photo of the two with their other sister, Tricia, writing, "Fisher Girls...your love and prayers are deeply felt...@TriciaLFisher @carrieffisher @Gary_TheDog."
Tricia shared the same photo but captioned hers, "Thank you all for the prayers for my sister. Please keep them coming. Much love."
She also retweeted a heartbreaking photo of Carrie's beloved dog, Gary, looking out the window. The caption, posted by Gary's Twitter account, read, "I'll be waiting right here mommy. #CarrieFisher @carrieffisher #princessleia."
For more on Carrie's health situation, watch the video below.