Meadow Walker pays tribute to late dad Paul Walker on 10th anniversary of his death: ‘I love you forever’

A decade after he was killed in a fireball car crash aged 40, ‘Fast and Furious’ star Paul Walker’s model daughter Meadow has paid tribute to him by posting a throwback video of them laughing together – with a message saying she will always love the star.

Meadow Walker

Meadow Walker said she will love her dad Paul Walker “forever” in a tribute to the tragic actor on the 10th anniversary of his death.

The model was 15 when the ‘Fast and Furious’ actor was killed in a fireball car crash on 20 November 2013 aged 40, and has now taken to her Instagram to post a throwback video of him on his birthday.

In the clip, Meadow is seen sneaking up on the actor and shouting “Happy birthday!” as he jumped in surprise and fell back on the bed.

Paul tells her: “You just scared the hell out of me,” while laughing and then pulling his daughter in for a hug.

Meadow captioned the video: “10 years without you… I love you forever.”

She revealed earlier this year she is convinced she still receives signs from her dad, telling E! News: “For me, it’s numbers – four and seven are my dad’s favourite numbers.

“And I swear whenever I’m doubting anything or whenever I’m in an argument with someone or anything, I start seeing four and seven everywhere. So I always know that it’s him.

“Even yesterday, I was having a moment and then the clock bells started ringing. And I was like, ‘OK, it’s all good, it’s gonna be OK.’”

Meadow also recently honoured Paul by playing a flight attendant in ‘Fast X’ – the 10th film in the ‘Fast and Furious’ franchise.

She said in an Instagram post ahead of the film’s release in May: “The first ‘Fast’ was released when I was one year old!

“I grew up on set watching my father, Vin (Diesel), Jordana (Brewster), Michelle (Rodriguez), (Ludacris) and more on the monitors.

“Thanks to my dad, I was born into the ‘Fast’ family. I can’t believe now I get to be up there, too.

“I am so blessed to be able to honour my father’s legacy and share this with him forever. I love you all so much!”

She has also told Page Six about how she keeps Paul’s memory alive: “I like to watch (his films) at night.

“For me, it brings me joy to talk about him and keep his spirit alive. He was seriously my best friend, my confidante, my everything. I feel like he’s always with me.”

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