Carrie Fisher doesn't want actress Daisy Ridley making the same mistakes that she made when taking on the role of Princess Leia in the acclaimed "Star Wars" films.
Ridley, who plays Rey in "Star Wars: Episode VII -- The Force Awakens," chatted with Fisher for Interview magazine, and when she asked the 59-year-old actress what she thought of her sex symbol status, Fisher seemed offended.
"Listen! I am not a sex symbol, so that's an opinion of someone," she told the 23-year-old. "I don't share that."
Fisher then slammed her "Star Wars" outfit, presumably the gold bikini she wore in "Return of the Jedi" her character is enslaved by Jabba the Hut. "You should fight for your outfit," Fisher advised. "Don't be a slave like I was."
"All right, I'll fight," Ridley responded.
"You keep fighting against that slave outfit," Fisher further insisted.
One thing the actress did support was the inevitable romance in the movies. "I’m looking forward to your space kiss," Fisher told Ridley. “You’re going to have to have one. Every girl does.”
The young actress responded, "We'll wait and see."
Just last week, the first full trailer for "The Force Awakens" was released and the fans went crazy.