"Star Wars" actress Carrie Fisher has hinted she had an affair with co-star Harrison Ford.
The actress, who is best known for her role as Princess Leia in the three original 'Star Wars' movies, has suggested she got very close to Ford while they were filming the sci-fi trilogy, after decades of rumors.
Appearing on forthcoming British TV show "Bring back... Star Wars," she said: "I went on the film saying, 'I'm going to have an affair', like it was a kiwi, an exotic fruit - because I had never had one."
The 51-year-old actress added, "I'm going to get into so much trouble. Once, I left the room and came back and Harrison was in the closet not wearing a lot of clothes! I had a crush on Harrison for sure. Harrison is great fun when he has had a few drinks."
The three original 'Star Wars' films starring Fisher and Ford were made between 1977 and 1983.
Fisher has since become a top screenwriter, while Ford is one of the biggest stars in Hollywood history. Fisher says this caused a degree of tension on set between Ford and leading man Mark Hamill, who played 'Star Wars' hero Luke Skywalker.
She said, "Harrison had this enormous career by the second or third film, that was tough for Mark Hamill. He was like, 'This wasn't supposed to happen - it's the adventures of Luke Skywalker'."
Ford stars in "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull," which opens at cinemas worldwide this summer.