Sarah Nicole Landry is embracing her love for a galaxy far, far away.
The Canadian body positivity advocate shared a carousel of photos and videos on Thursday showing how much the Star Wars franchise has impacted her life. Wishing fans a "May the 4th be with you," The Birds Papaya influencer posted various pictures of herself and her family enjoying Star Wars exhibits at Disney Parks.
In her post, the mom-of-four also included a video of herself holding her daughter, Lemmie, who was wearing a brown knit hat inspired by Princess Leia's hair. In the clip, Landry told her two-year-old in the mirror, "Is the force with you? Yes, it is. Say, 'May the force be with you.'"
On top of the sweet clip, the Guelph, Ont. native added a wedding photo where her husband wore a Star Wars-themed suit jacket and another snap of Lemmie wearing her Princess Leia-inspired hat with a lightsaber. She also included a photo of herself wearing a black T-shirt that read, "If villain bad then why hot."
In the caption to her post, Landry opened up about her journey to loving Star Wars and why she thinks the franchise is so special.
"As a teen, I used to think Star Wars was so lame but had never watched it," she wrote in the start of her bullet list, before noting that she "ended up falling in love" with it in her 20s thanks to her son Boden's "obsession."
Landry then explained that Star Wars played a big role in her wedding, where she walked down the aisle to an acoustic version of "The Imperial March," included a small lightsaber in her ceremony and even had Star Wars-themed sprinkles added to her cake.
Throughout her bullet list, Landry included various notes on how the sci-fi franchise impacted her world. The influencer shared that her pug, Vada, is named after the character Darth Vader; Kylo Ren, played by Adam Driver, tops her "scale of hotness" and the video of Adam Scott meeting Mark Hamill on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" in 2017 is her "happy video."
"Star Wars, especially sharing in the love of it with so many generations, has always been one of the best parts of my adult life," she noted as she wrapped up her post. "Happy Star Wars day!"
Fans resonated with Landry's passion for Star Wars in the comments of her post, with many also wishing her a "May the 4th be with you."
"This made me so happy!" a fan penned.
"Your face in this first photo is everything," added another.
"Omg, that hat on Lemmie is so freakin' cute! Makes my ovaries hurt," one person commented.
"Y’all are just too stinkin' cute," another person shared.
"This is amazing! The fourth is strong with this one!" someone chimed in.