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Meadow Walker pays tribute to 'best bud' father Paul Walker seven years after his death

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Paul Walker et al. taking a selfie: Paul and Meadow Walker (c) Instagram © Bang Showbiz Paul and Meadow Walker (c) Instagram

Meadow Walker has paid tribute to her "best bud" father Paul Walker seven years after his death.

The 'Fast and Furious' star passed away on November 30, 2013, at the age of 40 as a passenger in a single-car crash alongside friend and driver Roger Rodas.

And the late actor's 22-year-old daughter - whom he had with Rebecca Soteros - posted a throwback snap of her fast asleep on Paul's lap when she was a child as she remembered her dad on Monday (30.11.20).

Meadow captioned the Instagram post: "a silly day to remember in sadness.

"today’s a celebration of the love and happiness you brought to the world. here’s a photo of my best bud & I napping. (sic)"

In September, Meadow marked what would have been Paul's 47th birthday by sharing another picture of the pair.

She wrote at the time: “the moment I realized we are twins. happy birthday to the most beautiful soul. (sic)"

Earlier this year, Meadow posted a never-before-seen video of the late actor, which showed her surprising her father on his birthday.

In the video, Paul can be seen opening a door which Meadow was standing behind, which prompts her to shock him by shouting "Hi!".

The action star then stumbles backwards and begins laughing, before he says: "What the hell! You just scared the hell out of me!"

Paul then pulls his daughter in for a hug, whilst she wishes him a happy birthday.

The touching post was accompanied by a caption which read: "I never thought I'd share this. But it felt right. Be good. I love you. Stay safe. xx (sic)"

And, in March, Meadow seemingly referred to the current coronavirus pandemic as she posted a picture of herself as a baby being held by her father, and called him her "ultimate apocalypse buddy".

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