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The 10 Pics Of A Young Carrie Fisher (Princess Leia) You Just Gotta See To Believe

It's the news no one wanted to hear, but sadly this morning Carrie Fisher died at age 60.

Last Friday, Fisher suffered a heart attack on a flight from London to LAX. Once the plane landed, she was rushed to UCLA Medical Center where she was put under intensive care.

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At first the world was reassured when her family announced she was in stable condition, although she was not responsive. But the heart-wrenching news just came in that Carrie Fisher, the legendary Princess Leia, has passed on.

Some of us a still holding on to the hope that she will now become more powerful than we could possibly imagine.

Carrie is survived by her daughter, Billie Lourde, her brother, Todd Fisher, and sisters Tricia and Joely Fisher.

To honor her, we decided to post photos from her most iconic photo shoot:


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