Billie Lourd is once again commemorating the death of her now-deceased mom, Carrie Fisher, who passed away nearly one year ago today. In a new Instagram post where the 25-year-old actress showed a picture of herself underneath the Northern Lights, Billie revealed a particular expression Fisher used to say.
She wrote that her mother had a strange fascination with the Northern Lights but sadly, Lourd was never able to see it with her mother.
In the post which you can see below, Lourd spoke of a fascinating choice of words her mother used to use.
After one hour, around 45,000 people liked the Instagram post and it now sits at 126,000 likes and 1,673 comments as of the time of this article’s publishing.
?♓️? ?®️?️?♌️?? ℹ️♌️ Ⓜ️?️?️♌️?ℹ️⛽️♓️✝️, ?✝️®️?️???? ?️? ♓️?®️ ?️?♌️ ?️®️?️ My momby had an otherworldly obsession with the northern lights, but I never got to see them with her. We journeyed to northern Norway to see if we might “see the heavens lift up her dark skirts and flash her dazzling privates across [our] unworthy irises”. And she did. I love you times infinity. ???
Another person who commemorated the death of Carrie Fisher was her former co-star, Mark Hamill, who portrayed Luke Skywalker in the first three Star Wars films.
In recent news, Hamill said he and Fisher kissed once as a joke, but their relationship was always professional and platonic.
As you may know, the newest person to take on the Star Wars franchise, Rian Johnson – who directed the most recent installment, Star Wars: The Last Jedi – referenced the late and great Carrie Fisher as well.
During the film premiere of the newest movie, he referred to Carrie as a princess, clearly a reference to her portrayal of Princess Leia in the first three movies.
Fans will remember when Carrie passed away last year due to sleep apnea as well as other unspecified causes. Her heart stopped functioning while traveling from London, UK, to Los Angeles, California. Reportedly, she also had cocaine in her system.