“Princess Leia” a.k.a Carrie Fisher’s friends and family honored her on what would have been her 65th birthday. Her daughter Billie Lourd celebrated her mother’s birthday via an adorable throwback photo, meanwhile, her “Star Wars” co-star Mark Hamill had some really sweet things to say about his former co-star.

Lourd took to Instagram to commemorate her mother’s birthday as she shared a throwback picture from her childhood in which a very little Lourd can be seen happily posing with Fisher.

She captioned the picture with a series of emojis. The “Scream Queens” star received warm wishes in the comments section.

Her step-father Bruce Bozzi wrote “Love You.”

“Scary Movies” star Craig Bierko commented “I love you, Princessssssinasptlght. I miss your mom so much. She gave me do much, my heart is full of her and of you. I remember tossing you around, you laughing, the look on her face - it’s like I can see it clear as day. I. Love. You. ❤”

Fisher’s on-screen brother Mark Hamill, also honored the actress as he shared a candid photo of himself and Fisher from behind the scenes of Star Wars on Twitter.

In the black and white snap, Hamill stands behind Fisher, his onscreen sister, holding segments of her hair in the air as she stands with her arms folded and a slight smile on her face.

“Happy Birthday to a very special someone who was not fun & always highly tolerant of my juvenile on-set high jinks... even when she wasn't in the mood. #CarrieOnForever,” he wrote alongside the sweet throwback picture.

Fisher died on Dec. 27, 2016, after suffering a cardiac arrest four days before she had to take a flight back home to Los Angeles. She passed away before she could even complete work on the final trilogy of “Star Wars” movie.

Tragically Carrie's own mother and Billie's grandmother Debbie Reynolds died just a day later on Dec. 28, 2016.

In October, the “American Horror Story” star opened up about the grief she felt after losing the two most important women in her life within such a short span of time on the “New Day” podcast.

"It was brutal. It was really, really brutal, and I still hesitate and stutter because it's really hard for me," Lourd said. She added, "Because everything I say gets turned into some headline that I didn't mean. There's this one where I said something, and it was like three months after she died. I didn't know what the f--- I was talking about or who the f--- I was or what was going on. And I said something like, 'Well, now that they're gone, I get to just be Billie.'"

Carrie Fisher, Billie Lourd
Carrie Fisher’s first death anniversary was remembered by her daughter, Billie Lourd. Pictured: Fisher, Lourd attend the World Premiere of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” at the Dolby, El Capitan, and TCL Theatres on Dec. 14, 2015 in Hollywood, California. Getty Images/Jesse Grant for Disney