“We went to Disneyland so much that I now realize she might have even loved it more than I did”, Billie wrote.The “Star Wars” actor remembers the late Carrie Fisher as he accepts his Disney Legends award.Her Disney Legend honor came as “The View” is celebrating its 20th season.We could rely on each other, and there was a deep respect.’ Hamill smiled, switched gears a bit, and acknowledged that ‘if she were here, she would have flipped me the bird at least twice already.’ Mark also stated he loved Carrie Fisher, explaining that after all, we were ‘film-siblings.’ Carrie Fisher’s daughter Billy Lourd also offered insight about Carrie’s relationship with her role in the Star Wars franchise.Iger read out a letter from her daughter, the actress Billie Lourd, who is now filming the FX series American Horror Story.First up was Winfrey, who spoke fondly of the honor, calling it a tribute to “the common experience that we share”.His son, Neal, who accepted the award on the late comics writers behalf, said, “I would like to extend special thanks to Stan Lee and his family”.Fishers daughter Billie Lourd was expected to attend the ceremony but she unfortunately couldnt make it as the young actress is now shooting. I was so obsessed with Ariel that I wanted to change my name. Becoming part of the Disney family was truly an incredible moment for her.Lourd added this was an “ultimate dream” of her mother.”She would be making me laugh and be off camera extending her middle finger – one of her favourite gestures”. Carrie played Princess Leia Organa, Luke’s twin, in Star Wars.”The super cool space sis I have in Carrie Francis Fisher”.”I wish I could be there to accept this award on her behalf, but unfortunately, I am now working on “American Horror Story”.Rather, it served as a platform for inductees, including Oprah Winfrey, Whoopi Goldberg, and Mark Hamill to get behind the mic. “The good and the bad!” “We’d have huge fights ― ‘You’re such a phony!’ ― but we loved each other”.