Carrie Fisher’s half-sister Joely, on-screen brother Mark Hamill honor her memory

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Joely Fisher, left, remembers Carrie as “my hero, my mentor, my mirror.”

Carrie Fisher’s friends and family are trying to figure out how to live in a world without their princess.

A week after the “Star Wars” legend died, Joely Fisher mourned her sister in a guest column.

“My sister would have wanted a dramatic exit; she just might have wished for another couple of decades before making one. She told me wanted to see this political horror play out. She likely would have crafted a sharp, piercing novel about her non-conventional going’s on with this national nightmare as the backdrop,” Fisher wrote on the Hollywood Reporter.

“But mostly, she would have wanted us to celebrate her life, her words and for Billie to be whole. In time she will be. She is smart and soulful and magic.”

Joely Fisher, the daughter of Carrie’s father Eddie, said she and her half-sister texted frequently, even halfway around the world — she lives in Laguna Beach and Carrie was in London.

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The two had even promised to spend Christmas together, which they did in the most unfortunate situation.

Carrie died on Dec. 27. Her mother, Debbie Reynolds, died a day later, in a twist that Joely Fisher called a “crazy ending that only happens in Shakespearean tragedies … and Fisher novels.”

“You all lost Princess Leia and Carrie Fisher; I lost my hero, my mentor, my…