On Star Wars Day, Billie Lourd honoured her late mother Carrie Fisher by showing Star Wars: A New Hope to her infant son Kingston.
The actress uploaded to Instagram on Tuesday a photo of Kingston watching the film, which famously stars Fisher as Leia Organa.
Kingston is wearing a knitted hat that resembles Leia’s iconic hairstyle and a onesie that features Leia and flowers.
Every year on May 4, fans around the world celebrate everything related to the sci-fi fantasy series as part of Star Wars Day. To commemorate the day, Disney+ has launched a new animated series named The Bad Batch, which features clone troopers who defy the Empire.
Fisher died of a heart attack in December 2016 at the age of 60. Debbie Reynolds, Fisher’s mother and Lourd’s grandmother, died the next day at the age of 84. Fisher and Lourd co-starred in the most recent Star Wars trilogy.
In September, Lourd and her fiancé, Austen Rydell, announced the birth of Kingston. Lourd had kept her pregnancy a closely guarded secret.