Billie Lourd continues to prove that she and mother Carrie Fisher are cut from the same cloth. At her mother’s posthumous Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony on May 4, Lourd wore a floor-length dress featuring a still of one of Fisher’s most iconic characters: Princess Leia. The custom look was the ultimate tribute to Fisher’s storied acting career.
The large Princess Leia print covered the lower half of Lourd’s skirt, while the rest of the unique dress included a sequined black top with a plunging V-neckline and a small keyhole cutout. Lourd continued the sci-fi aesthetic with silver glitter eyeliner and matching diamond earrings, and even showed off a “Star Wars” inspired manicure with Princess Leia nail art. Fisher’s former “Star Wars” costar, Mark Hamill, was also in attendance, standing next to Lourd in a blue shirt and leather jacket.
At the ceremony, Lourd spoke more about what Fisher’s famous persona meant to her, especially after her mother’s death in 2016. “I feel so lucky that even though [my kids] won’t meet my mom, they’ll get to know a piece of her through Leia,” she said, per People. “And I’ll be able to tell them that the little lady on the TV is my mama, their grandmother. Leia has become a family heirloom, and not just for my family.”
See more photos of Lourd’s meaningful gown at the Walk of Fame ceremony below.
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