Paul Walker's daughter walks ‘F9’ premiere red carpet in honor of late dad — see the photos
Paul Walker's daughter Meadow Walker continues her mission to honor her late father.
The 22-year-old walked the red carpet at the premiere of “F9” on Friday June 18 to support the latest edition of the franchise as well as her father's keepsake.
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Ahead of the event, Meadow shared a snapshot on Instagram that stood in a dark hallway in a black dress and titled the post simply with the heading, "Let's go."
Walker's "Fast & Furious" franchise family also paid tribute to the late actor on the day of the premiere. Meadow's godfather, Vin Diesel, shared a photo of the couple on Instagram at the premiere of "Fast Five" with a message overlay that said, "Always."
"On my way to the premiere ... you will be there in spirit," Diesel captioned the post.
Repeating the same familiar feeling, Jordana Brewster shared a blurry snapshot from inside the theater hugging Meadow on Instagram.
“Family ❤️ forever,” Brewster wrote in the caption.
Walker died in a car accident in Valencia, California on November 30, 2013, at the age of 40. The late actor starred in six episodes of the franchise and appeared posthumously in the following three films. The production of "Fast & Furious 7", his last physical role, was suspended for five months after his death.
Meadow Walker at the world premiere of
Earlier this month, Meadow and her godfather remembered Walker and shared touching memories of their long-standing friendship on Instagram.
The 53-year-old actor posted a throwback photo of him alongside Walker, which Meadow sent him. In the caption, Diesel shared a touching note remembering his former co-star and legacy.
"Weeks ahead of F9's release ... in preproduction for the finale which starts just months later ... @meadowwalker sent me this pic and tells me how happy she feels about the photo," he wrote. “Of course you are filled with emotions, determination and, ultimately, gratitude. Eternal brotherhood is a blessing that cannot be expressed in words. I hope to make you proud ... Love, always. "
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On their respective Instagram, Meadow shared a screenshot of a text thread she has with Diesel, including a selfie donning black sunglasses, followed by the throwback shot. Diesel replied to her text with: "Where the brotherhood began."
"20 years later ..." Meadow captioned the post.
Whether Meadow will appear in any of the franchise's future films to pay tribute to her father's legacy is still uncertain. Diesel discussed the possibility on E! 'S Daily Pop segment earlier this week without giving a definitive answer.
"I wouldn't count anything," he said. "Just leave me - without telling you all the secrets of 'Fast 10'. Let's just say nothing is excluded. "
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