Paul Walker’s daughter Meadow shares sweet throwback photo to honor the late Fast and Furious star: 'Thinking of you'
Fast and Furious actor Paul Walker passed away in a tragic road accident in November 2013, at the age of 40
Meadow Walker, the daughter of late actor Paul Walker, posted a cute picture of her father on her Instagram page, on Saturday, August 17.
The picture shows the ‘Fat & Furious’ actor swimming as he came face to face with a pig. Meadow captioned the picture 'thinking of you xx'.
Meadow, 20, is Paul and his ex-girlfriend Rebecca Sosteros’s daughter.
Paul died when Rebecca was just 15 in 2013.
The actor passed away in a tragic road accident in November 2013, at the age of 40, as a passenger in a single-car crash alongside friend and driver Roger Rodas.
His former Fast and the Furious costars wrote loving messages in the comments section, including his on-screen wife Jordana Brewster.
“I love this picture,” the actress wrote with Meadow responding: “me too! & I love you.”
Actor Tyrese Gibson commented: “Animal and ocean lover! Never seen this pic! So cool!”
Paul is still remembered by his family and friends as in an interview with People, Paul’s close friends revealed that the actor love surfing and spending time with his daughter Meadow.
“He loved being a dad. He was so proud of her,” his brother Cody said.
Meadow who had spent most of her childhood in Hawaii, living with her mother, decided to move to California to spend time with her father in 2012, a year before Paul’s untimely demise.
Both the father and daughter are reported to have gotten extremely close during that time.
Paul, who rose to global fame as the leading man of the 'Fast And Furious' Franchise, left Meadow his whole $25 million estates.
Paul appeared posthumously in 'Furious 7' which released in 2017.
The makers used archival footage of his character Brian O'Conner to give him a farewell.
"We had shot most of the movie with Paul, but we wondered how we were actually going to make this work," producer Neal Moritz said.
"I have to say, he was looking down on us. Because of unused footage that we had from previous movies and the use of new technology, we were able to complete the film inspired by Paul’s spirit and give him and his best-known character a perfect cinematic send-off. This movie is a testament to his legacy."