April 13, 2020
Paul Walker's 21-year-old daughter, Meadow, took to social media recently to share a never-before-seen video with her late father.
In the video she posted on Instagram, Meadow can be seen surprising her dad for his birthday. She yells "Hi!" subsequent to jumping out from behind a door.
Paul may have played a tough guy in the motion pictures. Nonetheless, based on the adorable clip, it's unmistakable he had a delicate side.
"You just scared the hell out of me," the acclaimed actor says in the video. He has a broad smile on his face. He then pulls his daughter to embrace her tightly, and the clip ends. Meadow captioned her post:
"I never thought I'd share this. But it felt right. Be good. I love you. Stay safe."
Paul's birthday is September 12. However, it's unknown what year the video is from. As of this writing, the video has been viewed over a million times. Many fans also shared their thoughts in the comment section.
Most of them expressed gratitude toward Meadow for making them smile. Some also say they've missed the actor.
As reported by Today, the "Fast & Furious" star passed away in a car crash in Valencia, California, in 2013. He was 40.
The model and philanthropist is the daughter of Paul and his one-time girlfriend, Rebecca Soteros.
Meadow, who was born in November 1998, has helped continue the legacy of her father through the Paul Walker Foundation.
Currently, the foundation is helping raise money to support the LA Regional Food Bank give meals to children in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The model and philanthropist is the daughter of Paul and his one-time girlfriend, Rebecca Soteros, as reported by Daily Mail. Prior to joining her dad in California in 2011, she spent much of her life with her mom in Hawaii.
Paul was killed before he had finished his work on the film "Furious 7." To complete the part, the filmmakers used his brothers Caleb and Cody Walker as stand-ins augmented with CGI.
In the documentary called "I Am Paul Walker," the family of the beloved actor talked about how much he loved being a father to Meadow.
Paul had taken Meadow out for a father-daughter breakfast date on the day he passed away. The pair even intended to adorn their Christmas tree that night.