'I'm super sensitive': Daisy Ridley on the REAL reason she quit Instagram and the advice on coping with anxiety she took from late co-star Carrie Fisher

Star Wars heroine Daisy Ridley donned chic menswear by Emporio Armani, Céline, and John Galliano for a new sophisticated spread styled by Jillian Davison and photographed by Steven Pan.

In the January edition of Glamour, the British 25-year-old revealed the real reason she quit the social media app Instagram in July, and it wasn't because of her views on gun control.

'If I want to talk about gun safety, I will talk about gun safety,' the Murder on the Orient Express actress defended.?

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Androgynous: Star Wars heroine Daisy Ridley donned chic menswear for a new sophisticated spread styled by Jillian Davison and photographed by Steven Pan

Androgynous: Star Wars heroine Daisy Ridley donned chic menswear for a new sophisticated spread styled by Jillian Davison and photographed by Steven Pan

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'I posted a thing about gun regulations, because I was at [the Teen Choice Awards tribute to shootings in Aurora, Baton Rogue, Dallas, Minneapolis, Orlando, San Bernardino, Newtown]. People weren't nice about how I looked. And I was like, "I'm out." Simple as that. That is not what I signed up for...And I didn't sign up for people to go, "You're amazing!" But I didn't sign up for them to say things like, "Your skin is s***" either.'

Ridley never joined Twitter but she has remained on Facebook, presumably because her 892K followers are nicer.

'I’m just not equipped for [Instagram]. I'm super sensitive - not too sensitive - but I really feel things,' Daisy explained.

'Also there is also a sense that I'm asked who I'm dating a lot more than [my castmate John Boyega] is. I don't answer, because I have things in my life that are private. There is certainly a personal thing of, “Will people think I'm ungrateful?" Someone literally said to me, "So-and-so didn't answer questions about that, and they came across really cold." But I have to come first, because if I am not healthy...I won't have anything left for when people approach me.'??

''I?m just not equipped for it': In the January edition of Glamour, the British 25-year-old revealed the real reason she quit the social media app Instagram in August

''I’m just not equipped for it': In the January edition of Glamour, the British 25-year-old revealed the real reason she quit the social media app Instagram in August

'If I want to talk about gun safety, I will talk about gun safety': The Murder on the Orient Express actress was so moved by the Teen Choice Awards tribute to shootings on July 31, she posted 'a thing about gun regulations'

'If I want to talk about gun safety, I will talk about gun safety': The Murder on the Orient Express actress was so moved by the Teen Choice Awards tribute to shootings on July 31, she posted 'a thing about gun regulations'

She continued: 'People weren't nice about how I looked. And I was like, "I'm out." Simple as that. That is not what I signed up for...And I didn't sign up for people to go, "You're amazing!" But I didn't sign up for them to say things like, "Your skin is s***" either'

She continued: 'People weren't nice about how I looked. And I was like, "I'm out." Simple as that. That is not what I signed up for...And I didn't sign up for people to go, "You're amazing!" But I didn't sign up for them to say things like, "Your skin is s***" either'

In January of last year, the Eagle Huntress star underwent a medical stress test, which revealed her body was '70 percent stress and 30 percent normal.'

'[The doctors] said my body should be 30 percent stress, 70 percent normal,' the 5ft7in brunette explained.

'My cortisol was so high, or something like that, that my body was constantly in fight-or-flight...I was so stressed, my gut wall literally had holes in it.'

Ridley also received support and guidance from her late, great Star Wars castmate Carrie Fisher, who was very open about her own anxiety.

'I'm super sensitive - not too sensitive - but I really feel things': Ridley never joined Twitter but she has remained on Facebook, presumably because her 892K followers are nicer

'I'm super sensitive - not too sensitive - but I really feel things': Ridley never joined Twitter but she has remained on Facebook, presumably because her 892K followers are nicer

'My gut wall literally had holes in it': In January of last year, the Eagle Huntress star underwent a medical stress test, which revealed her body was '70 percent stress and 30 percent normal'

'My gut wall literally had holes in it': In January of last year, the Eagle Huntress star underwent a medical stress test, which revealed her body was '70 percent stress and 30 percent normal'

'She said that you can deal with things your own way': Daisy also received support and guidance from her late, great Star Wars castmate Carrie Fisher, who was very open about her own anxiety (pictured in 2016)

'She said that you can deal with things your own way': Daisy also received support and guidance from her late, great Star Wars castmate Carrie Fisher, who was very open about her own anxiety (pictured in 2016)

'She told me she hugged a fan once and [felt the fan's] heart was racing. She was like, "That's what you have to remember: It's nerve wracking for everyone,"' Daisy recalled.

'She said that you can deal with things your own way. She chose to deal with things with humor, which isn't how I deal with things, but that's okay. You can serve yourself in many, many ways, do it however the hell you want, and succeed massively. And it's all good.'

On top of her movie career, the Birkbeck drop-out will continue pursuing a degree in social sciences through 'online classes' in January.

'I had an assistant for a hot minute, because that was offered to me. And literally, after a day I was like, "I don't like this. I don't like someone else making the decisions that I should be making,"' the At the Ballet songstress said.

'I had an assistant for a hot minute': On top of her movie career, the Birkbeck drop-out will continue pursuing a degree in social sciences through 'online classes' in January (pictured November 28)

'I had an assistant for a hot minute': On top of her movie career, the Birkbeck drop-out will continue pursuing a degree in social sciences through 'online classes' in January (pictured November 28)

Highly Force-sensitive: Ridley resumes her role as 19-year-old scavenger Rey in Rian Johnson's Star Wars: The Last Jedi, which hits UK theaters December 14 and US theaters December 15

Highly Force-sensitive: Ridley resumes her role as 19-year-old scavenger Rey in Rian Johnson's Star Wars: The Last Jedi, which hits UK theaters December 14 and US theaters December 15

'I'm very busy, yes, but I'm not so busy that I can't make my own decisions. I want people to contact me directly about what time I'm being picked up in the morning.'

Ridley resumes her role as a 'highly Force-sensitive' 19-year-old scavenger called Rey in Rian Johnson's Star Wars: The Last Jedi, which hits UK theaters December 14 and US theaters December 15.

The previous installment, The Force Awakens, received rave reviews from critics and amassed an eye-popping $2.06B at the global box office.

And in January, Daisy - whose middle name is 'Jazz' - will attend the world premiere of Claire McCarthy's re-imagining of Hamlet, Ophelia, at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah.

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