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

Billie Lourd recently paid tribute to her mom, Carrie Fisher, on her first death anniversary.

On her Instagram account, Lourd shared a photo of herself in northern Norway where the northern lights can also be seen. The “American Horror Story” actress revealed that Fisher had an obsession with the northern lights, and they vowed to see it together. Unfortunately, they never managed to do so because Fisher already passed away on Dec. 27, 2016.

Meanwhile, several other celebrities paid tribute to the late actress, who passed away due to sleep apnea. Her “Star Wars” co-star and good friend, Mark Hamill, shared photos of himself with the late actress via his Twitter account.

Laura Dern, who starred in “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” called Fisher a “goddess, an icon, and a truth-teller” on Instagram. She also shared two photos of Fisher and one of them was taken several years ago while she gave life to the character of Princess Leia.

William Shatner also uploaded a picture of himself hugging Fisher via his Twitter account. Shatner kept his caption short and simple, and he simply used a crying face emoji.

Josh Gad also expressed his love for Fisher and said that he misses her. He also uploaded a GIF of the actress taken from one of her scenes from the “Star Wars” franchise.

Mike Shoemaker also paid tribute to Fisher and revealed that even though they didn’t know each other personally, he was aware that the late actress was the one who took care of Julian Ford until he passed away.

Fisher suffered from a heart attack while on the plane from London to New York. She was rushed to a hospital and died a few days later. After her toxicology reports were released, Lourd released a statement acknowledging her mom’s battle with substance abuse.

“She was purposely open in all of her work about the social stigmas surrounding these diseases. I know my mom, she’d want her death to encourage people to be open about their struggles. Seek help, fight for government funding for mental health programs,” she said (via CNN).