'Finding The Funny!' The UNBELIEVABLE Way Billie Lourd Is Coping With Family Tragedy

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Feb. 7 2017, Updated 2:56 p.m. ET

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Billie Lourd seems to be doing great after a tragic month. Billie’s grandmother, Debbie Reynolds, passed away one day after her mother, Carrie Fisher, died.

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Billie’s coping mechanism seems to be depending on a lot of water and sun. The Scream Queens star just posted a photo of her by the water with the caption: "#blaséontheoutsideblessedontheinside #bythebayou #findingthefunny."

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The ‘blasé from the outside’ look consisted of a black crop top and a long skirt with white sneakers. The 24-year-old added a colorful flower necklace around her neck — not so blasé after all.

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Billie has been using the caption ‘finding the funny’ in most of her recent photos. She elaborated in a photo of her and late mother, “Finding the funny might take a while but I learned from the best and her voice will forever be in my head and in my heart.”

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Taylor Lautner, Billie’s alleged boyfriend has been a great support. The couple started dating only a few months before Billie’s mother passed away. They were spotted together in Mexico right after the joint funeral of Debbie and Carrie.

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