Daughter of Paul Walker, Meadow is honoring her late father’s legacy
Fast and Furious’ star Paul Walker’s daughter Meadow honors the late father’s legacy and ensures that the star is always in the fans’ hearts and minds.
The very famous actor Paul Walker who starred in many Fast and Furious movies died in a car crash in 2013. The fans were very sad upon hearing this news. The star might have passed away but her daughter is making sure that his fans always remember the star. The star’s daughter posts her father’s videos on Instagram frequently so the fans won’t forget the legend.
Meadow is also pretty close to Fast and Furious co-star Vin Diesel as he is her godfather as well. She shared a screenshot of Vin’s and her chat. In the screenshot, she sends a picture of Vin and Paul to Vin Diesel to which Vin replies
Where the brotherhood began
Daughter of Paul Walker attended the premiere of F9
Meadow Walker is supporting her father’s legacy. The star’s daughter was seen at the premiere of ‘F9’ last Friday. She is making sure that she supports her late father’s movie franchise and honors his legacy. Meadow was wearing a stunning black dress by Yves Saint Laurent. She was seen at the red carpet of the movie’s premiere outside the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.
Before going to the premiere, the star’s daughter gave her fans a glimpse of her look when she shared a picture of her on Instagram. She captioned the picture:
Will Paul’s daughter be acting in the coming sequel?
As Meadow’s father, Paul Walker was an acting legend, fans were curious if his daughter might be acting in the upcoming movies or not. E! recently asked Meadow’s godfather, Vin Diesel, if she would exercise her acting skills in a subsequent sequel. To which Fast and Furious star replied:
I would not count anything out. Let me just, without giving you all of the secrets of Fast 10. Let’s just say nothing’s ruled out
The F9 movie stars came to the premier dressed beautifully. As all things come to an end, after 20 years of car chasing, the movie franchise will come to an end in 2024.