Carrie Fisher's Dog Gary Watches New Star Wars Trailer: 'Mom Looks More Beautiful Than Ever'

Fans couldn’t wait to see the second trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi that dropped on Monday night — and Carrie Fisher‘s dear French bulldog Gary had all eyes on General Leia Organa.

The central Instagram comment of a pup, that boasts 142,000 followers, shared a distressing photo of Gary examination a TV with his mother’s impression on a screen.

“Just watched a new trailer of The Last Jedi and my mom looks some-more pleasing than ever,” a heading read, with a hashtags #garymisseshismom, #garyloveshismom, #garyloveshisfans, #garyfisher, #thelastjedi and #starwars.

The late actress’ longtime messenger was adopted from her daughter Billie Lourd as a service pet to assistance Fisher hoop her bipolar disorder.

Fisher, who was open about her diagnosis and mental health, said the French bulldog provided critical romantic support and fortitude in her life.

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“Gary is mental also. My mom says Gary is a hooligan. Gary is like my heart,” Fisher told The Herald Tribune in 2015. “Gary is really clinging to me and that calms me down. He’s concerned when he’s divided from me.”

While Fisher had a long, determined career in Hollywood, Gary (and his signature extending tongue) became something of a celebrity himself during a actress’ press tours for Star Wars: The Force Awakens and her new book, The Princess Diarist

The brindle-colored dog was a visit red-carpet guest of Fisher’s, too, and became a strike on amicable media.

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The dog was by Fisher’s side when she went into cardiac arrest aboard a moody from London to Los Angeles on Dec. 23. He remained with a singer during a hospital, where she died 4 days after during a age of 60.

These days, the French bulldog is reported to be living with a late actress’ assistant, Corby McCoin. McCoin is pronounced to have a clever tie with a pooch, according to TMZ, that initial reported a news.

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