The official Instagram account for Carrie Fisher’s dog Gary on Monday posted a picture of him watching the actress during the new "Star Wars" trailer.
“Just watched the new trailer of The Last Jedi and my mom looks more beautiful than ever,” the photograph’s caption reads.
The image included the captions #garymisseshismom #garyloveshismom #garyloveshisfans #garyfisher #thelastjedi and #starwars.
The still features Gary looking at a television screen which shows Fisher reprising her role as Princess Leia in the upcoming "Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi."
Gary’s Instagram account boasts 142,000 followers, and the French bulldog has 125 posts attributed to him so far.
Some Twitter users on Tuesday expressed sadness that Gary viewed his owner’s latest trailer without her.
Even though I know dogs cannot "see" TV or photographs, the video of her dog, GaryFisher, watching trailer made me sob. So, I'm done.— Carrie Rickey (@CarrieRickey) October 10, 2017
I saw Gary Fisher's instagramme of him watching the trailer and nearly LOST IT— Billiard Lentil (@BilliardLentil) October 10, 2017
"The Last Jedi" is the final film Fisher performed in before her death last December due to cardiac arrest.
The movie’s latest trailer debuted at halftime of the National Football League’s (NFL) latest “Monday Night Football” game.
Fisher appears as Leia during the trailer, and her final performance as the beloved character is slated to hit screens this December.
People reported in March that Gary lives with Corby McCoin, Fisher’s longtime assistant, following her death at 60 years old.
Fisher adopted Gary from her daughter, fellow actress Billie Lourd, as a service pet aimed at helping her with her bipolar disorder.
Today on Tuesday reported that Gary was with Fisher on her Dec. 23, 2016 flight to London when she went into cardiac arrest.
Gary then remained besides Fisher for four more days at the hospital until her death on Dec. 27, 2016.