Legendary actor Mark Hamill has updated his Instagram feed and told a true story revealing the late actress Carrie Fisher’s regret during the Star Wars shooting.
Carrie Fisher, known for her role as Princess Leia in the Star Wars franchise, had a heart attack on the flight from London to Los Angeles in 2016 and later died in the hospital where she was taken. She was 60 years old when she died.
Star Wars fans and artists have never forgotten her sudden death. Mark Hamill showed how much he missed Fisher with his Instagram post. He also told a true story by sharing photographs taken side by side during Star Wars filming in Norway.
Hamill said that Carrie Fisher was there to hang out and have fun even though she didn’t have any role in the set of Day 1 of the Empire, filmed in Finse, Norway. Also, the actor said she always regretted that Fisher didn’t go to Tunis for the Star Wars.
Here’s what Mark Hamill said:
“1st day of Empire in Finse, Norway. She had no scenes there, but came along just to hang out & not miss any of the fun. She always regretted not going to Tunisia for SW. It was also a way to make sure she got her own crew snow-jacket. (and yes, I still have mine)”
An IG user commented:
“We miss you Princess.”
“She was the best. Love this!!”
See the Instagram post below.