No One Was More Excited To See The New 'Last Jedi' Trailer Than Carrie Fisher's Dog Gary

"My mom looks more beautiful than ever."

On Monday night, Star Wars fans were treated to a new trailer for this December's latest installment, The Last Jedi. However, no matter how much you may love the series, it's safe to say no one was more excited to watch the clip than Gary, the late Carrie Fisher's therapy dog.

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A photo of Gary watching Fisher as General Leia Organa in the trailer was posted on his official Instagram account, and it's warming fans' hearts. "Just watched the new trailer of The Last Jedi and my mom looks more beautiful than ever," the caption reads, along with the sweet hashtags #garymisseshismom, #garyloveshismom, and #garyloveshisfans.

Gary, who is a French bulldog, became beloved by fans as he accompanied Fisher to premieres and press events, his tongue hanging out of his mouth all the while. Before her death, the actress posed with Gary on both of their social media accounts. 

Fisher was very open about her experience with bipolar disorder, and she shared what Gary meant to her in a 2013 interview. "Gary is mental also. My mother says Gary is a hooligan. Gary is like my heart," Fisher said. "Gary is very devoted to me and that calms me down. He's anxious when he's away from me."

Fisher's daughter Billie Lourd told Today last year, "I live for Gary. He was mine first and she actually stole him from me because she fell in love with him." The pup reportedly now lives with Fisher's assistant Corby McCoin.

Following Fisher's death at age 60 in December, her Star Wars co-stars and fans have paid heartwarming tribute to the actress. Fans shared her audition for the role of Princess Leia at age 19, while Mark Hamill penned an essay remembering their time together on set. And at Star Wars Celebration, a convention in Orlando earlier this year, George Lucas and Billie Lourd spoke about Fisher during a panel, accompanied by a video tribute.

Check out the new trailer for "The Last Jedi" below:

(H/T: Mashable)

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