Leia reeled a bit as the portkey sucked them through to somewhere else. That was an unpleasant experience, and she staggered a bit as they emerged. At least this new place was less crowded, less overwhelming. Leia was not used to being overwhelmed but this was certainly the day for it.
She listened mostly in silence as he explained the vortex and how it drew people in from elsewhere. Not just other places, but other times. That there was no going back.
This was going to take even more getting used to than she'd anticipated. Leia rubbed her forehead with her free hand; the other was still clasping Han's. "Maybe you're right," she agreed. Starting over and setting down all the duties she'd been handled...it was inconceivable. But what choice did she have? There was no way to contact the others, no way back, even the Falcon couldn't leave. They were trapped on this one planet.
Poor Han. For a man who'd been from one side of the galaxy to the other, that must be one of the hardest parts of the situation. She squeezed his hand, looking at him with concern and setting aside her own problems for the moment. "How have you been settling in? You've never been one for just accepting anything."