Carrie Fisher’s beloved dog Gary Fisher wishes the late actress a ‘happy heavenly birthday’

After Carrie Fisher’s daughter Billie Lourd and her Star Wars co-star Mark Hamil remembered the actress on what would have been her 65th birthday, her beloved dog Gary has a special message for her as well.

The verified Instagram for Fisher’s French Bulldog shared an undated throwback snap of the dynamic duo, in happier times.

Fisher passed away nearly five years ago, after experiencing cardiac arrest during a London to Los Angeles flight in December 2016.

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Birthday: After Carrie Fisher’s daughter Billie Lourd and her Star Wars co-star Mark Hamil remembered the actress on what would have been her 65th birthday, her beloved dog Gary has a special message for her as well

‘Happy heavenly birthday to my mom. I miss these moments but cherish them as well,’ the French Bulldog said in his caption.

He  added a dog emoji, a red broken heart emoji and a red heart emoji, along with the hashtags #garymisseshismom #garyloveshismom #garyloveshisfans #garyfisher #carriefisher #frenchbulldog #frenchiesofinstagram.

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Fisher’s daughter Lourd shared a throwback snap of her mother holding her as a child on Instagram.

Carrie and Gary: ‘Happy heavenly birthday to my mom. I miss these moments but cherish them as well,’ the French Bulldog said in his caption

Love: Carrie Fisher’s daughter Billie Lourd remembered her late mom with a vintage photo on Thursday, what would have been the Star Wars actress’ 65th birthday

Mark Hamill took to Twitter to share a throwback snap from the Star Wars set with the actor messing with her hair, and Fisher clearly not amused.

‘Happy Birthday to a very special someone who was never not fun & always highly tolerant of my juvenile on-set high jinks… even when she wasn’t in the mood,’ Hamill  said, adding the #CarrieOnForever hashtag.

Lourd recently opened up about growing up with her famous mother on the New Day podcast.

Not amused: Mark Hamill took to Twitter to share a throwback snap from the Star Wars set with the actor messing with her hair, and Fisher clearly not amused 

My main job when [my mom] was alive was taking care of her and making sure she was okay,’ she explained.

‘I was her main support, and I was seven, for a lot of the time, and that was really hard and that’s why I grew up really fast because I was her best friend. I was her mother, I was her kid, I was her everything.

‘And that’s one of the things I’m learning not to do with my kid.’

OK: My main job when [my mom] was alive was taking care of her and making sure she was okay,’ she explained

She said that she absorbed lessons from both positive and negative aspects of her childhood memories with her late mother.

‘There’s a lot of things that my mom taught me to do and then there’s a lot that is, honestly it might be more valuable, of what not to do,’ said the Los Angeles native. 

‘And that’s one of the things that I will not do to my son is put this pressure on him that I had on me,’ Lourd added.

Lessons: She said that she absorbed lessons from both positive and negative aspects of her childhood memories with her late mother

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