"Just tell her to feel free to use this gesture if her classmates give her any grief", the actor wrote back, using a gif of Skywalker brushing off Kylo Ren's attack in Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Harrison Ford presented as did the legendary creator of the Star Wars universe, George Lucas and even R2-D2 was there being all cute and beepy.
The 66-year-old entertainer couldn't contain his excitement over getting his own Walk of Fame star, and opened up to ET about what the moment meant to him.
Ford, who has a star himself, joked, "There's a lot more people that showed up for my star. These remarks will be brief because words truly fail me", he said.
He ended his speech by praising Hamill for how he's lived his life and embraced it along the way.
"He is extremely enthusiastic about everything he does and that's exactly what I was looking for when I was looking for Luke Skywalker", he said.
"When thinking about today I was really sorry we don't have the other member of our trio here to celebrate with us", he said, to applause from fans. "I haven't been this speechless since The Force Awakens". I was sort of taken aback by it, but, who knows? In fact, I remember when George Lucas first asked me to come back, I said, 'OK, but I have two provisions.
Hamill, who also starred on the stage in "Amadeus" and voiced the Joker in the animated Batman TV series, returned the favour to Lucas. He closed out the event saying, "If it weren't for the public, I'd be nowhere. And may the Force be with all of you".
Ford continued, "He has been the master of his own experience, his own life and he is as he always was - a quiet, sincere, honest person".