Paul Walker Beaming Over Birthday Surprise in New Video Shared by Daughter Meadow

Paul Walker Beaming Over Birthday Surprise in New Video Shared by Daughter Meadow
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The post arrives six years after the ‘Fast and Furious’ actor’s tragic death on November 30, 2013, when he was killed as the Porsche he was a passenger in slammed into a tree.

AceShowbizPaul Walker‘s daughter Meadow is remembering her late father. The 21-year-old recently took to her Instagram account to share a never-before-seen clip of the actor laughing happily after she surprised him on set.

In the video, which was posted on Tuesday, April 7, Meadow was seen giving him a birthday surprise to the “Fast and the Furious” star. The clip opened with Paul unknowingly opening the door for Meadow, who later suprised him by shouting, “Hi!”

The actor looked genuinely surprised as he fell back onto the bed while bursting into laughter. “What the hell? You just scared the hell out of me!” he said while sporting a big grin on his face. Meadow then hugged her dad as Paul excitedly exclaimed, “What the hell are you doing? No way…no way!”

Captioning the personal video, Meadow wrote, “I never thought I’d share this. But it felt right. Be good. I love you. Stay safe. xx.”

Fellow celebrities reacted lovingly in the comment section. Model Ashley Moore wrote, “ur whole heart,” while Gal Gadot left a heart emoji in the comment.

“thanks again for sharing sweet memories of your dad with us meadow. we love & support you endlessly,” a fan added. “Your dad was awesome and cool he was loved by all,” one other chimed in.

The post arrives six years after Paul’s tragic death on November 30, 2013. He was killed when the Porsche he was a passenger in slammed into a tree in Santa Clarita, CA during a fundraiser car show.

Following his death, Meadow continues to uphold his legacy through Paul Walker Foundation. The foundation is currently raising funds for the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank in order to help Coronavirus victims.

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