24/04/2017 11:00 AM AEST | Updated 24/04/2017 4:23 PM AEST

This Five-Year-Old Was Handing Out Death Star Plans To Every Princess Leia She Found

I'm not crying, you're crying.

Imgur @DinoIgnacio

At the recent Star Wars Celebration, one pint-sized cosplayer won the hearts of an entire rebellion with a simple, but absolutely heart-wrenching act.

In a gallery of images shared on Imgur by her dad, five-year-old Harley Ignacio, dressed as Jyn Erso, wandered around the event handing out Death Star plans to anyone dressed like Princess Leia.

If you missed "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story", the film followed Jyn (played by Felicity Jones) as she attempted to steal the Death Star plans to help the resistance and exploit a weakness in the design. After some incredible battles, Jyn's efforts don't go to waste, as the plans eventually end up in Princess Leia's hands, leading directly into the events of "Star Wars: A New Hope".

Imgur: @DinoIgnacio / http://imgur.com/gallery/fXOFG

Armed with a stack of the "data cards" that her father made for her, the mini-Jyn made her way around the convention, and the photos of Harley with all the Leias are truly too cute to handle.

Imgur: @DinoIgnacio / http://imgur.com/gallery/fXOFG
Imgur @DinoIgnacio / http://imgur.com/gallery/fXOFG

Imgur @DinoIgnacio / http://imgur.com/gallery/fXOFG

Harley even managed to grab a shot cutting out the middleman altogether, and delivering the plans directly to R2-D2.

Imgur @DinoIgnacio / http://imgur.com/gallery/fXOFG

But the image that will really tug at the heartstrings is the final set of plans Harley had left, which she laid at the base of the dress Carrie Fisher wore in "Star Wars: A New Hope" that was on display at the convention.

Her father Dino captioned the image "the last card was delivered to the Princess."

Imgur @DinoIgnacio / http://imgur.com/gallery/fXOFG

Check out more of Dino and Harley's cosplaying adventures on his Imgur. The force truly is strong with these ones.

Imgur @DinoIgnacio / https://i.imgur.com/A6rcltp.jpg


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