Do not refer to her as Princess Leia anymore.
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, director J.J. Abrams confirmed that the former princess, played by Carrie Fisher, would be referred to as General in Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
"She's referred to as General, but there's a moment in the movie where a character sort of slips and calls her Princess," Abrams told the magazine.
Abrams added that as far as character arcs go, Leia has one of the more serious storylines in the movie and that the "stakes were pretty high" for her.
Fisher told the magazine that much has changed for Leia; she's isolated now more than ever and "under a lot of pressure."
"[Leia is] as committed as ever to her cause, but I would imagine feeling a little defeated, tired and pissed," she said.
Fisher will be joined by Harrison Ford and Mark Hamill, each reprising their iconic roles as Han Solo and Luke Skywalker.
The Force Awakens will open on Dec. 18.