December 15, 2019
Father of late Disney star Cameron Boyce shares a heartwarming post about seeing his son months after his sudden and disheartening demise.
A couple of days ago, Victor Boyce father of late Disney star Cameron Boyce posted two blurry pictures of Cameron smiling at the camera.
Cameron Boyce attends the premiere of Disney Channel's "Descendants" at Walt Disney Studios in Burbank, California | Photo: Getty Images
According to Victor, he posted those pictures because they represent the images he sees of his son in his "realistic" dream.
The images were that of Cameron rocking his signatory white hair while on the set of Disney's "Descendants" where he played the role of Carlos De Vil, the son of Cruella De Vil. The message that accompanied on the post gave people an insight into what the heartbroken father saw in his dream.
Cameron Boyce attends Nickelodeon's 2016 Kids' Choice Awards at The Forum in Inglewood, California | Photo: Getty Images
Victor's update oozed of the kind of sadness a parent feels when they lose their child. This particular dream he had was about the most realistic he has had of Cameron since his death. The post said:
"Last night, I had the most realistic dream about Cameron yet. He looked a lot like these blurry screenshots from a video."
He further said that for a brief moment, he believed Cameron was alive, and he was ecstatic to see him but felt devastated when he realised it was just a dream. He continued:
" I told him that I thought he had died, and I was ecstatic to see him. When I woke up, I was devastated that it was only a dream."
Cameron Boyce attends A Legacy Of Changing Lives presented by the Fulfillment Fund at The Ray Dolby Ballroom at Hollywood & Highland Center | Photo: Getty Images
Fans and colleagues of the late star commented and shared in Victor's grief while offering their condolences and well wishes urging him to be strong and revel in the fact that Cameron was sending him all the love in the world.
During Thanksgiving, Victor posted an image of the family and talked about how it was like to have this year's Thanksgiving without Cameron. He said:
"First we cried Then we gave thanks Then we loved and laughed."
Cameron Boyce visits the Young Hollywood Studio in Los Angeles, California. | Photo: Getty Images
This foundation is in conjunction with the Epilepsy Foundation's SUDEP (Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy) Institute, and they have teamed up to help others deal with issues of epilepsy in honour of Cameron