Paul Walker’s daughter moved the whole world with the tribute she paid to her late father. The only child of the famous Hollywood actor took to Instagram on what would have been Walker’s 41st birthday.
The touching message said: “Happy birthday, I love you.” Paul Walker tragically passed away last year. The famous star was killed in a car accident. On Friday, Meadow, the 15 year old daughter of the star, remembered her dad and shared a touching message for his birthday. Along with the message, Meadow shared a photo of herself and her late father.
In the photo, Paul is holding her as a toddler. In the touching portrait, the two look at one another and they seem extremely happy. The lovely photo shows that Meadow commemorates the wonderful years she had spent with her dad. It has also been claimed that the two were extremely close, so the death of Paul Walker has without a doubt been an extremely difficult moment for Meadow.
In the picture, Meadow looks absolutely adorable as a toddler, with curly blonde hair and a lovely blue dress. The daughter of the star seems to look so much like her dad. Before the tragic accident, Meadow moved from Hawaii to Los Angeles, to live with her dad. Walker was extremely excited to have his daughter with him.
“I’m glad I had her at 25, because at 40 and 15, we’re matching up sweet. It’s just working. It’s perfect,” Walker said back then. He left his entire fortune to his daughter, a $25 million estate. The star’s mother is now the legal guardian of Meadow.
Paul Walker died on November 30, 2013, in a car accident. His Porsche crashed into a pole in Los Angeles. At the time of the tragic accident, Walker was on his way to a charity event. Back then, Walker was filming for the seventh Fast and Furious movie. Walker has starred in the movie along with his close friend Vin Diesel.
Without a doubt, Paul Walker is still missed by family, friends, but also by millions of fans from all over the world. Co-star Jordana Brewster also posted a message for Paul Walker’s birthday. “#HappyBirthdayPW, #ROWW. Always in our hearts,” her message said.