Mark Hamill pays tribute to Carrie Fisher one year after her death

Star Wars actor posts Instagram image and quotes dialogue from The Last Jedi, saying no ones ever really gone

Mark Hamill has paid tribute to his late co-star Carrie Fisher on the first anniversary of her death with a quote from the new Star Wars film.

Mirroring a piece of dialogue in Star Wars: The Last Jedi– Fisher’s final film in the sci-fi franchise- Hamill wrote on Instagram:” No one’s ever really gone .”

No one’s ever really gone … #AlwaysWithUs #CarrieOnForever

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In The Last Jedi, Hamill’s character Luke Skywalker tells his sister, Leia, played by Fisher, that” no one’s ever quite all right” as they say goodbye.

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Hamill and Fisher starred in the original three Star Wars films in the 1970 s and 1980 s, and reunited for 2015′ s The Force Awakens and the latest film, which is dedicated to her memory.

Fans of Fisher, who was also known for roles in When Harry Met Sally and British sitcom Catastrophe, tweeted their appreciation of the actress.

One quoted a line from her 2008 autobiography, Wishful Drinking:” One year ago today, Carrie Fisher, age 60, drowned in moonlight, strangled by her own bra .”

Another said ” one year ago today we lost a princess ,” and added:” May the force be with her. Always .”

One fan wrote:” She was so much more than her roles. She was a mental health advocate. She was brave and talented. She was someone to look up to. She helped people in more styles than you could know .”

They added:” No terms can amount to the wonderful human being she was .”

Fisher succumbed on 27 December last year aged 60, after a heart attack.

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