Mark Hamill Basically Walked In On Harrison Ford R2D2-ing Carrie Fisher

By now, we’re sure you’re all aware that Carrie Fisher and Harrison Ford were totally boning during ‘Star Wars.

Obviously, it is the best news. The fact that they were high on “the brutal strength of Harrison’s preferred strain of pot” for most of it is merely icing on the cake.

Fisher confirmed as much in an excerpt of her new autobiography The Princess Diarist. Now, a second extract has been published – by Page Six – revealing that Mark Hamill once nearly walked in on the pair of them totally doing it.

“Once, on one of the rare occasions when we did have a sleepover at Harrison’s apartment, Mark dropped by unannounced,” she writes.

It was 11am, and “clearly, I hadn’t just dropped round for brunch, as no scones or eggs were in evidence.”

“Harrison took my hand and pronounced solemnly, ‘We’re engaged’.”

“It was hiding in plain sight, mocking the suggestion there was anything going on … a technique I like to use to this day.”


The news that Princess Leia and Han Solo‘s on-screen chemistry spilled over to real life is beyond good, despite the few of you in my mentions killing the buzz with “um, he was married” comments. It’s hot, okay? Just let us have this.

Fisher was 19 when she hooked up with the 33-year-old married father of two, and described the three-month affair as “a very long one-night stand” that she was relieved when it ended.
“He didn’t abuse the situation,” she writes. “He wouldn’t have hurt me, especially once he understand that I was inexperienced. It seemed to take its natural course.”
Oh, and those reports that Ford was a dud root? Utter bullshit. At least, Fisher clarified on Twitter that she’d never talk about how good OR bad someone was in bed (or any other furniture, for that matter).

So hopefully he’s… good? I choose to believe he’s good.

And let’s be real, banging Harrison Ford couldn’t exactly be *bad*.

“God, he was just so handsome,”
Fisher writes. “No. No, more than that. He looked like he could lead the charge into battle, take the hill, win the duel, be leader of the gluten-free world, all without breaking a sweat.”

Quite frankly, the man still does.

Source: Page Six.

Photo: Star Wars.