It's exactly one year today that the world lost Carrie Fisher and her onscreen brother Mark Hamill has been leading the way with tributes to the unforgettable actor and writer.
Fisher passed away following a medical emergency on a flight to Los Angeles from London on December 23rd last year, and after reports of findings of trace amounts of heroin, morphine and MDMA in her system, a coroner ruled that she had died from sleep apnea as well as other factors.
Hamill led the way with tributes this morning with a post on Twitter.
Quoting what has since become a much more poignant line from "Star Wars: The Last Jedi', Hamill shared three images on Twitter with the caption: "No one's ever really gone."
— @HamillHimself (@HamillHimself) December 27, 2017
Fans have also been remembering Fisher in on social media, sharing photos, videos, artwork, quotes and more as they pay tribute to her.
one year ago today we lost a princess.
we lost a general.
we lost a icon.
we lost leia.
we lost carrie fisher.
may the force be with her. always. pic.twitter.com/uPGoqa8DDW
— caity loves carrie (@marveljedi) December 27, 2017
It’s been a year since we lost Carrie Fisher. My resolution for 2018 is to put into better practice everything she taught - the wisdom to own yourself, flaws and all, and to give as few fucks as possible pic.twitter.com/1eA6BaRzUY
— Clarisse Loughrey (@clarisselou) December 27, 2017
The General? To me, she’s royalty.
Can’t believe it’s been a year already.
May the force be with you, Carrie Fisher âœ¨ pic.twitter.com/umoS8tO0lH
— Dean Dobbs (@DeanDobbs) December 27, 2017
Youth and beauty are not accomplishments. They're temporary, happy by products of time and/or DNA
- Carrie Fisher
— jessica lanyadoo (@jessicalanyadoo) December 25, 2017
“No matter how I go, I want it reported that I drowned in moonlight, strangled by my own bra.”
It’s been 1 year Carrie Fisher passed pic.twitter.com/1hDn2qe0zl
— i miss u carrie fisher (@tolkienianjedi) December 27, 2017
1 year ago today we lost our Princess. She was a legend on screen as much as she was off.
— Chris (@GelNerd) December 27, 2017
Finally saw Last Jedi and not even gonna lie, seriously teared up the first time General Leia came on screen and when this came on at the end! The world misses you Space Mom! #CarrieFisher #Leia #General #StarWars #LastJedi pic.twitter.com/G6LrRmDikX
— Erica George (@ericageorge23) December 27, 2017
— OpheliaðŸŒ¹ (@Mrspigrizia) December 27, 2017
December 27th, 2017:
— jay â?„ï¸? (@gillianfiles) December 27, 2017