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Paul Walker's Daughter Shares Touching 'Family Forever' Post With Vin Diesel's Kids


Paul Walker's Daughter Shares Touching 'Family Forever' Post With Vin Diesel's Kids Paul Walker’s daughter has shared a photo of herself surrounded by the children of her late father’s Fast & Furious co-star Vin Diesel.


Meadow Walker has proved she is as close to 52-year-old Vin and his family as her late father, who tragically died almost seven years ago in a fatal car crash aged 40.


Taking to Instagram on Monday, 21-year-old Meadow shared a snap of herself alongside Vin’s three children, 12-year-old Hania, 10-year-old Vincent, and five-year-old Pauline.


The group of four sported beaming smiles as Meadow gathered them together for an outdoor selfie in the Californian sun.

Meadow shared the photo with the caption: “family, forever”. The snap drew attention from Fast and Furious cast members including Gal Gadot and Nathalie Emmanuel.


Current Wonder Woman star Gal – who has starred in three of the nine Fast and Furious films made so far – shared a string of red heart emojis in the comments section.


While British actress Nathalie – who features in three of the movies – replied with the comment: “Miss you all” as well as heart eyed emojis, streaming tears emojis, and red heart emojis.


Paul Walker played Brian O’Conner in the Fast and Furious film series over seven films between 2001 and 2015. He died while Furious 7 was in production and his younger brothers Caleb and Cody worked as body doubles to complete filming following his death.

Paul and co-star Vin were incredibly close, with the Dominic Toretto actor describing Paul as his brother.


On what would have been Paul’s birthday last year, Vin wrote on Instagram: “Normally today I would be planning how to embarrass you with a birthday cake. Haha.


“Instead I reflect on how lucky I am to call you my brother. The tears never go away, but they change… from that of mourning to that of grace. We only hope to make you proud.”


Below is a screenshot of the picture:


Source: Microsoft News

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