This whole mess around Rey’s true father has gotten out of control!
Despite Kylo Ren telling Rey in Star Wars: The Last Jedi that her parents were nobodies, it was revealed in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker that they were anything but. It turns out that Rey’s father was the son of Emperor Sheev Palpatine, and that when Rey was born, he and her mother hid out on Jakku to protect her, though they were ultimately killed in their efforts to keep her safe.
I’m sure more of this will come out when the much antifcipated Rise of Skywalker book drops in the next few weeks. But we are alrady getting news leaks from the internet.
One of the biggest is that Rey’s father is a failed Palpatine clone. When you watch Rise of the Skywalker for most people who pay attention it looks like Palpatine’s body is not the same one we have seen in past Star Wars movies like the Prequels or even the first 3 original movies.
Which has been the bases for the clone theory.
One big source of controversy online after the release surrounded the identity of Rey’s grandmother, but now we know that the cloning process buttons that all up. It feels like the questions will never cease with the film. Now, people want to know why this detail wasn’t in the film instead.
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