Carrie Fisher’s daughter Billie Lourd grabbed a good picture with her mum’s Star Wars co-stars Mark Hamill and Harrison Ford.
Carrie, Mark and Harrison are famous as the Big Three of Star Wars among fans, having personification iconic roles Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia and Han Solo in the strange trilogy.
Mark and Harrison reunited at the Star Wars Celebration, where the long-awaited trailer for The Last Jedi was revealed.
Lourd, 24, was also in assemblage where she paid reverence to her late mother, who died last Dec following a heart attack.
She posed for a pic with Mark and Harrison, with the two actors hugging possibly side of her.
Sharing the picture on Twitter, Mark pronounced Billie reminded him of Carrie.
He tweeted: ‘So much like her mom in so many ways – it was almost as if we were cuddling the Princess again! #BillieLourd #DejaVuAllOverAgain.’
Billie went to the eventuality wearing a white dress with issuing sleeves, desirous by Princess Leia’s iconic gown.
She told the crowd: ‘That was since she desired you, since you supposed and embraced all of her: the clever infantryman of a lady she was and also the exposed side of her who mostly plainly fought her own dim side, meaningful early on that we all have a dim side of the own.
‘Nothing about her was a performance. She desired you, she desired these movies, she desired the people she got to make them with, and she desired this implausible impression she got to create, this force called Leia.’
Star Wars: The Last Jedi is out in December.