Paul Walker's Daughter Posts Emotional Tribute on What Would Have Been His 50th Birthday


The daughter of late “Fast and Furious” actor Paul Walker honored him on what would have been his 50th birthday.

On Monday, Meadow Walker, 24, posted a birthday tribute to her “guardian angel” on her Instagram page.

“Thank you for your love, guidance, friendship, sunshine and for raising me to see all of the beauty in the world. You are the most kind, humble, generous and caring soul I know,” she wrote.

Meadow Walker also shared her father taught her “to always treat everyone with respect, to do good and to take care of our planet” at a young age.

“I love you and miss you every day,” she concluded.

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Paul Walker died on Nov. 30, 2013, after a fatal car crash. He was 40 years old.

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In an interview with Page Six at Wall Street Journal (WSJ) Magazine’s Innovator Awards in 2022, Meadow Walker revealed she finds solace in watching his movies.

“They always say the first thing you forget about someone is their voice, so I’m fortunate enough to have his voice in many movies,” she said.

She added, “I like to watch [his movies] at night. For me, it brings me joy to talk about him and keep his spirit alive.”

Furthermore, she shared her reaction to the magnitude of her father’s fame.

“Honestly, I just saw him as my dad, and I think he kept me very behind the scenes of everything, so I didn’t realize how big his fan base was,” she said.

She called the continuation of the “outpouring of love” for her father “is honestly kind of amazing but also weird.”

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“It’s like, ‘That’s my dad,’ but at the same time, it’s amazing. He’s an amazing person, he’s my best friend, [and] it’s lovely to see how many people love him,” she continued.

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