December 1, 2022 |
4: 45am

Meadow Walker honored her beloved gradual father, Paul Walker, 9 years after his tragic death.

The 24-year-frail model took to social media to fragment a heartbreaking publish about her dad, which featured a sad-and-white snap of the pair bowling.

“(9) years without you. I akin to you so noteworthy my angel,” she wrote to her 3.7 million Instagram followers.

Over on her Instagram Narrative, Meadow wrote, “I akin to you daddy.”

Paul, who used to be simplest identified for his characteristic as Brian O’Conner within the “Immediate and Mad” franchise, died in a fiery car smash on November 30, 2013. He used to be 40 years frail.

Meadow — his simplest child — used to be upright 15 on the time of the tragic accident.

The model opened up about how she keeps her father’s memory alive, revealing exclusively to Page Six that she takes solace in watching his motion pictures.

“They steadily dispute the principle factor you ignore any individual is their assert, so I’m lucky enough to delight in his assert in plenty of motion pictures,” the model, 24, told Page Six exclusively at WSJ Magazine’s Innovator Awards on Wednesday.

“I safe to leer [his movies] at night time. For me, it brings me joy to insist about him and retain his spirit alive.”

She also shared upright how noteworthy Paul has meant to her all over her life despite their short time collectively.

Meadow Walker recently shared how she comforts herself by watching Paul Walker's movies in memory of him.
Meadow Walker no longer too prolonged within the past shared how she comforts herself by watching Paul Walker’s motion pictures in memory of him.

“He used to be seriously my simplest buddy, my confidante, my every part,” she acknowledged. “I primarily feel cherish he’s continuously with me.”

Vin Diesel also shared a picture alongside his “Immediate and Mad” co-necessary particular person on his Instagram internet page, “9 years … fancy you and miss you.”

“Household eternally,” Meadow Walker acknowledged in accordance to the publish. “I akin to you so so noteworthy.”