Last December, iconic Star Wars actress Carrie Fisher died at the age of 60.
Seeing Carrie up on our screens again in the recently released Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailer would have been an especially difficult experience for those loved ones left behind, including her beloved French Bulldog, Gary Fisher.
Gary recently went to a screening of The Last Jedi and this story has absolutely ruined us.
Journalist Veronica Miracle revealed Gary got excited when he saw his late mum on screen.
Fisher's former assistant told her Gary sat on her lap during the film and said "his ears perked up every time she was on screen". Bless!
Gary's extremely popular Instagram account showed the very good doggo watching the trailer in October.
The photo showed the celebrity pup watching a screen filled with Carrie's face as she plays her iconic Star Wars character in the new film.
It was accompanied by a caption which read:
"Just watched the new trailer of The Last Jedi and my mom looks more beautiful than ever."
This was followed by multiple hashtags including, #garymisseshismom #garyloveshismom.
"Gary" has been posting many tributes to his beloved mum, including the one above which was posted for Mother's day.
The social media accounts for Gary have never been run by anyone in the Fisher family, and are actually run by two different people. His Twitter account is run by a fan and his Instagram account is by his official handlers.
Gary is now being cared for by Carrie's daughter, Billie Lourd, who in December lost her mother and her grandmother, Debbie Reynolds.
Billie already owned a French Bulldog called Tina, which we guess would be Gary's niece?
All reports say the pair get along funny and Billie is an excellent doggo mum.