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Mark Hamill Pays Tribute to Carrie Fisher on the Anniversary of Her Death

Mark Hamill Pays Tribute to Carrie Fisher on the Anniversary of Her Death

Today marks one year since Carrie Fisher died and we had to say goodbye to our Princess and General. While we still got one final great performance from her in The Last Jedi, it also reminded us of how much we’ll miss her all the more. But as Luke Skywalker told his sister in the movie, no one’s ever really gone, not when we keep them in our hearts, which seems to be what Mark Hamill himself has done with a simple and beautiful tribute to his late friend.

Hamill remembered his co-star with a post to his Twitter and Instagram accounts featuring three photos. Two of them feature him and Carrie together, one from their time filming the original Star Wars trilogy, and a new one of them from The Last Jedi. But our favorite might be the painting of Carrie as the Virgin Mary holding her dog Gary and giving everyone the finger one last time. It captures everything we loved about her.

For as excited as we were for the movie, all of the buildup to The Last Jedi was bittersweet knowing Carrie Fisher wasn’t there to be a part of it. But Carrie’s final turn as General Leia gave us one last chance to experience the power of the actor and her iconic character. As the Skywalker siblings reminded us, Carrie Fisher isn’t here, but she’s not really gone.

What is your favorite memory of her? Share it with us in the comments below and help us remember her today.

Featured Image: Lucasfilm

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