When legendary “Star Wars” actress Carrie Fisher died in December, one of the immediate questions was where her constant companion, a French Bulldog named Gary, was going to live. It was reported at the time that Gary was going to be taken in by Fisher’s daughter, Billie Lourd, because he loved her Bulldog, Tina. But it turns out that he instead went to live with Fisher’s assistant, Corby McCoin, who Gary knew well because she was another constant figure in his late owner’s day-to-day life. Fisher, 60, and her mother, the actress Debbie Reynolds who died of a stroke the day after Fisher’s death, were celebrated at a public memorial service on Saturday. — Read it at Page Six