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We learn that the reason Leia was kidnapped in the first place is because Reva knows that Obi-Wan and Bail Organa knew eachother in the clone wars. And thats it.
During the iconic opening moments of Star Wars: A New Hope, Darth Vader has a tense confrontation with Princess Leia, an adversary who, unknown to him, is actually his daughter. Despite participating in Leia's interrogation, the Sith Lord doesn't uncover his familial connection with the rebellious royal.
It also becomes clear that kidnapping Leia is a prime way to draw Obi-Wan out of hiding, which is something Darth Vader is particularly interested in doing as he continues his Jedi manhunt.
Jabba once allowed a Bounty hunter to rape Leia, quite aggressively, the princess being traumatized by the ordeal.
Apparently, when Leia unfroze Solo and was to be Jabba's slave girl, Jabba sent her to Fett to "entertain" the hunter. Boba declined, but did not send Leia back up as it would be an insult to the crime lord.
First she disguises herself as the male bounty hunter Boushh. Then she switches to the sexed-up slave bikini. According to the narrative, Leia dresses as a man to fool Jabba and rescue Han, and then dresses in the bikini because she's forced to by Jabba.
Vader believed that his and Padmé's child died when she did, so there was no reason for him to consider anything else.
Yes. In the book 'Tatooine Ghost', Leia learns of Anakin's life prior to his evolution into the Darth Vader personae. This revelation leads her to forgive him. She even named her third child in memory of her father.
Darth Vader didn't learn he had a daughter until Return of the Jedi, when he stood before Emperor Palpatine. The Emperor's power probed Luke's mind, attempting to goad him to fall to the dark side, and he discovered Leia's existence.
Later, the heroes go to the forest moon of Endor to prepare for a battle with the Empire. There, Luke reveals to Leia that she is his twin sister and that Vader is their father.
Reva knows that Anakin Skywalker is Darth Vader because she was one of his targets—a child—during the Order 66 killings that took place during the events of Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith.
Vader learned that Leia was his daughter by sensing it from Luke in Return of the Jedi.
Arguably, most Star Wars plot points revolve around characters simply not knowing something, very often about their family history. But, on top of all of that, the biggest reason Obi-Wan doesn't know Anakin is alive is that the last time he saw Anakin Skywalker in Revenge of the Sith, Ben literally left him for dead.
Theory 1: Leia Doesn't Remember Ben Is Obi-Wan
Throughout her encounters with Kenobi in the series, he refers to himself as Ben. The most straightforward explanation would be that Leia knows the person who rescued her is Ben, and never connected the dots that Ben is actually Obi-Wan.
Leia is pragmatic and contained, especially when under threat, which she was. She had no time for sentiment when things were going down so she held back her grief until she had time to think about and deal with her grief. Why didn't Anakin Skywalker care about Obi-Wan Kenobi?
Anakin does not have even the slightest bit of remorse. By the end, he feels nothing but anger. Although he feels regret for killing Padme, he still helps the evil Emperor. The film ends with Anakins standing side by side with the man on whose behalf he has committed all his crimes.
This is confirmed later in the movie when Obi-Wan informs Padme that Anakin killed them. Both are torn apart with hurt and confusion, trying to make sense of something so terrible.
Leia really did have memories of Padmé, even if Luke didn't. And in that sense Leia isn't just like her mother, she carries Padmé with her.
It's well known that Star Wars lead characters Luke Skywalker and Princess (now General) Leia are brother and sister. The estranged siblings didn't know about their familial relationship until "Return of the Jedi." They even shared a passionate kiss in the previous movie, "The Empire Strikes Back."
Leia Amidala Skywalker (portrayed by Carrie Fisher) is the wife of Han Solo, the mother of Ben Solo, the younger twin sister of Luke Skywalker, the daughter of Anakin Skywalker and Padmé Amidala, and the granddaughter of Shmi Skywalker, raised by Bail and Breha Organa of Alderaan.
While she hates Obi-Wan for failing to stop his apprentice from destroying the Jedi Order, Vader himself is the true target of Reva's wrath. She became an Inquisitor in the hope of getting close enough to Vader to kill him, though that doesn't seem to have worked out for her.
For their heroism in destroying the Death Star, Han Solo and Luke Skywalker receive the Medal of Yavin from Leia Organa in a ceremony on Yavin 4. Decades later, Maz Kanata gives Chewbacca the medal once worn by Han, which Leia was holding when she died.
"Skywalker's first student was to be his sister, Leia. However, she ultimately decided that the best path for her to serve the galaxy left no room for the extended isolation of Jedi training," Hidalgo wrote.
He accepted Leia into his room so as not to insult Jabba, but did nothing to her. The two argued about the morality of the Empire and the Rebellion, and then Boba let Leia have his bed, sleeping on the floor himself.