Ever since 2005, when Star Wars episode three "Revenge of the Sith" came out, fans have constantly been trying to come up with reasons for how Padme Amidala died. And many different theories have been made, but I have a new theory that may actually make sense.
She died because of a very simple reason.
If you recall, Padme really was in love with Anakin, which is why episode III is so heartbreaking. She loved Anakin so much that her last words were " There's still good in him. I know there's still good in him." And she was so right.
Now, going on. She was force choked by Anakin Skywalker, her husband, and that's part of why she died. She died from all of the...
My proof for this theory.
It is very possible. One, she's force choked by her husband. Now, if that's not a trauma inducing experience, then I don't know what is. Two, she's also under a lot of stress. Why, you ask? Well, the Galactic Republic just fell, she just found out her husband is a Sith Lord, she's carrying a child or children, and her husband's best friend, Obi-Wan-Kenobi, is trying to kill him(Anakin). Now that's a lot of trauma-causing stress. Now, you may also be saying what the medical droid said, "For reasons we can't explain, we're losing her." So, what if Padme was weak in the first place. She'd just been force choked with a lot of stress on top of that. So, while Obi-Wan and Anakin were battling, C-3PO put her on the ship. So, Padme, after being force choked, had a short and mini stroke or heart attack. So, when she's giving birth, she's already weak, and the pain of giving birth broke the last amount of strength she had left.
So, what do you think? Does my theory make sense, or is it complete bs? Tell me what you think in the comments section below. Until next time, Goodbye and thanks for reading!!!