Carrie Fisher is a “fisherman’s wife,” according to her husband and fellow actor, James Earl Jones.
She and Fisher, who died in 2010, have been married since 1959, according to a new biography by author Tom Shales.
He also writes about their marriage on his website, and Fisher’s daughter Carrie Fisher wrote an open letter to the New York Times, expressing sadness for her mother’s death.
“My mother, Carrie Fisher, passed away peacefully on Monday, March 23, 2017 at the age of 82,” she wrote.
“She was an inspiration to me and to countless other women.
I am so saddened to see her passing.
My condolences go out to her family, friends, and fans.
I know her family is hurting.”
The article also claims that Fisher “was not a political figure” as some have reported, but instead was “a passionate supporter of the American way of life.”
She was also a longtime supporter of President Donald Trump and his campaign, and he praised her for her role in the making of the Star Wars franchise.
Fisher died in a plane crash in New York City on Sunday, according.
Jones and Fisher were married for 30 years.
Jones was also the first person to ever be inducted into the United States Marine Corps.
Jones’ son, John, said his mother would have loved to see him play the role of Fisher in Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope.
“Her life is a legend,” he told IGN.
“I have many memories of her that are still fresh in my mind.
I think her death was a great loss, but her spirit will always be there.”
The New York Post reported on March 25 that Fisher, the widow of actor George Lucas, died of complications related to cancer.
The Post reported that she had died of pancreatic cancer, which she had been battling for two years.
She was 74.
The article states that the “fishing” story is true and that Fisher had a reputation for “friggin’ things up.”
Jones was not the only actor to claim that Fisher’s death was not a result of her illness, though.
In a tweet, actor George Takei said Fisher had been suffering from pancreatic illness since her last trip to Disneyland in 2013.
“After the passing of Carrie Fisher I was in awe of how much she loved her family and how much it meant to her.
My heart goes out to them,” Takei tweeted.