Carrie Fisher died on March 23, 2017, at age 85.
Her family has maintained a public silence about the actress’ death, even though it was announced in late January.
On the day she died, the family released a statement that read: “We are grateful to the millions of fans worldwide for their outpouring of love, support and encouragement over the past year.
We are extremely proud of our extraordinary cast and crew and are deeply grateful for their sacrifices.
Carrie will forever be in our hearts.”
Fisher, who won two Oscars for playing Princess Leia in Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, died at her home in Los Angeles.
She was surrounded by family and friends, including her children, 11-year-old daughter, 6-year.
She is survived by her husband, Anthony Minghella, her brother, Joe Russo, and her daughter, 8-yearold daughter.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.