Carrie Fisher is now in stable condition

Our prayers go out to Star Wars actress Carrie Fisher who recently suffered a serious heart attack

Debbie Reynolds stated that Fisher was stable and that if there are any changes she will share it with the public. Her mother, Debbie Reynolds, recently came forward to give an update about her daughter's health to the concerned fans.

"I've spent so many years not telling the story of Harrison and me having an affair on the first "Star Wars" movie that it's hard to know exactly how to tell it now", Carrie Fisher announces on page 49 of her brisk but vague new memoir, "The Princess Diarist".

Other "Star Wars" cast and crew have also sent their wishes for a speedy recovery.

Reynolds made light of the tryst.

Fisher has done that for nearly as long as she's been acting, with work on a variety of films, especially in the 1990s, including Hook, The Wedding Singer, and many others.

"Nothing that I have heard unfortunately but the entire Shatner family is keeping her in our thoughts and prayers", he said. "New book on 11/22!"

"We have to wait and be patient", he said. She is in the intensive care unit, she is being well looked after. He told Entertainment Tonight that they do not want to bother doctors who are working on her sister case so they are waiting patiently. "We are waiting by patiently".

Carrie Fisher was on her way home from London for Christmas.

"We have some passengers, nurses assisting the passenger", the pilot of the plane told air traffic control. However, as Access Hollywood reports, he said he could not classify her condition.

In addition to "Star Wars", Fisher has appeared in such films as "The Blues Brothers", "The Man with One Red Shoe", "Hannah and Her Sisters", "The 'Burbs", "When Harry Met Sally", "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle" and "fanboys". She reprised her world-famous role in the seventh film of the sci-fi series, The Force Awakens, which hit theaters in December 2015.

Harrison Ford is thinking of his "Star Wars" co-star Carrie Fisher this Christmas.