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Mark Hamill Calls Young 'Star Wars' Fan With R2-D2 Prosthetic Arm 'A Hero'

The Force is definitely with one young Star Wars fan, who's bravery (and dedication to the franchise) recently earned her a Skype call with none other than Luke Skywalker himself.

Bella Tadlock, who's just 11-years-old, is a young amputee who just raised an impressive sum of money.

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Bella managed to raise $14,000 for a bionic "Hero Arm," which is a prosthetic arm made by Open Bionics. Open Bionics was recently given permission by Lucasfilm to give these bionic limbs Star Wars makeovers.

Bella's arm is painted to look like everyone's favorite little blue and white droid, R2-D2.

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Not only did Bella earn this amazingly cool prosthetic, she also got a Skype call from Mark Hamill himself! Mark called the arm "fantastic," which is definitely true.

"I'm so happy that you were able to have this happen for you," Mark told Bella.

"They call it a 'Hero Arm' because you really are a hero," Mark also said. "May the Force be with you always."

You can watch the video for yourself right here!

Mark also tweeted about the call, once again stating that Bella is "what a real-life hero looks like!"

We're so happy for Bella for getting her own Hero Arm and also for getting to meet one of her heroes!