I'm not crying, you're crying.
A young girl, who Romper calls "Harley" went with her dad to a Star Wars Celebration in Orlando - and it's now going viral because of what she did at the event.
The girl, dressed as Rouge One's Jyn Erso, delivered Death Star plans to every Princess Leia she ran into during the event that signified the release of Star Wars: A New Hope's 40th Anniversary.
A LITTLE GIRL DRESSED UP AS JYN ERSO GAVE THE DEATH STAR PLANS TO EVERY LEIA SHE'D SEE AT SWCO AND NOW I'M EMOTIONAL
Tiny Jyn Erso Heads to Star Wars Celebration, Hands Every Leia a Copy of the Death Star Plans https://t.co/n3X4xzPBtc Oh my heart!
This tiny Jyn Erso went to the Star Wars Celebration and handed out copies of the Death Star plans to every Leia: https://t.co/Z3jd4cWVni
The kicker though - which makes this already-adorable-gesture so sweet is this: The very last set of plans was delivered to Princess Leia's (aka Carrie Fisher's) white costume.
The last Death Star plans data card was delivered to the Princess herself. https://t.co/Dj0iGIe2bf
See more photos from the event over on her Dad's imgur account here.
I think both Carrie Fisher and Felicity Jones (Jyn Erso), as well as Daisy Ridley (who play's Rey in The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi), would be pleased to know that these strong characters are giving little girls courage and life to fight for what they believe in - even if it's in a fictitious universe.
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