The death of actress Carrie Fisher would want the "Star Wars" universe to sink into a Black Hole and forever go with her. The multi-generations of fans united under "Star Wars" are mourning or the death of its most beloved and legendary lady ruler, Princess Leia. For decades, its movies and characters become a significant aspect of growing up with most adults even failing to outgrow their love and fascination for "Star Wars". In honor and remembrance Princess Leia, let us turn back the pages of history and relive the best moments when she was still with us.
1. 1977 Star Wars. Carrie Fisher's character and actor Mark Hamill's Luke Skywalker first appeared in 1977 "Star Wars" movie. She played the role of Princess Leia Organa, as a tough-talking princess who defied the Evil Empire.
2. "Star Wars" Royalty. All through her life, fans from around the world considered her a universal royalty. In this handout photo provided by LEGOLAND California, she arrives at the Grand Opening of Star Wars Miniland, fully escorted with her royal guards.
3. "Star Wars" Family. After five decades, bonded by "Star Wars", actors Mark Hamill (Luke Skywalker) and her Royal Highness remain friends on- and offstage. In this photo, the two are onstage during Star Wars Celebration 2015 in Anaheim, California.
4. Love of a Lifetime. The love for the most beloved princess transcended beyond the corners of Star Wars Universe. In and out of this world, she will always be remembered as a strong lady with a soft heart for his people. In this photo, actors Mark Hamill and Harrison Ford pose onstage at the Lucasfilm panel during Comic-Con International 2015 in San Diego, California, expressing their love and adornment to our very own Princess Leia.
5. Living "Star Wars" Legacy. All through half a century of Star Wars legacy, she continues to fascinate the fans on her undying legacy. She was on a book tour promoting the autobiography "The Princess Diarist" when a heart attack happened Friday last week. In this photo, Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher and her dog Gary on stage during Future Directors Panel at the Star Wars Celebration 2016 in London, England.