Billie Lourd is making sure her baby is a Jedi-in-training.
The “Scream Queens” actress shared photos on Instagram Tuesday of her 6-month-old baby, Kingston, dressed up like “Star Wars” character Princess Leia. Leia was the character played by Lourd’s late mother, Carrie Fisher, who died in 2016 after suffering from a heart attack on a flight.
Lourd uploaded the photos of her son, whom she shares with actor Austen Rydell, on the day that’s been dubbed Star Wars Day because of the date’s (May the 4th) similarity to the movies’ catchphrase “May the Force be with you.”
The photos feature Kingston wearing a knit cap with the iconic Princess Leia pig-tail buns sewn to the side. The holiday-appropriate hat is worn while baby Kingston is glued to the laptop that displays a “Star Wars” scene featuring Fisher. A second photo shows the baby wearing floral shirt with an image of the character.
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Lourd left a bunch of emojis in the caption, and many celebrities and fans commented on the connection.
“This is everything,” her “Scream Queens” co-star Emma Roberts wrote.
Another user wrote: “Long live the Jedi princess and her entire family!”
Lourd welcomed baby Kingston into the world with a surprise announcement on Instagram in September.
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“Introducing: Kingston Fisher Lourd Rydell,” she wrote, captioning a picture of her baby’s feet.
Last year, Lourd made a tribute to her late mother on Mother’s Day on Instagram.
“Sending my love to anyone who has lost a mother and anyone who might just be having a complicated Mother’s Day this year,” she wrote. “This is my 4th Mother’s Day without my Momby and days like today are never easy, but I’ve found that doing things that make me feel more connected to her make it a little easier – watching her favorite movies, listening to music we listened to together, looking through old pictures and my personal favorite – eating + drinking things she loved.”
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