There’s no denying Carrie Fisher was “one-of-a-kind.”
Funnily enough, this was exactly how both her former Star Wars co-stars, Mark Hamill and Harrison Ford, described her today.
The label is all the more fitting when you consider how Fisher herself, who died of a heart attack aged 60, wanted to be remembered.
In her one-woman-show turned best-selling novel Wishful Drinking, the fiercely witty actress, writer and mental health advocate, joked about her obituary.
Her tongue-in-cheek — but incredible — suggestion followed an anecdote from her time working with Star Wars director George Lucas as the now-iconic Princess Leia.