Paul Walker, best known for his role in the “Fast and Furious” franchise, died in a car crash in 2013 at the age of 40, and his daughter, Meadow Walker has revealed that she continues to receive signs from her father. Meadow, who was only 15 at the time, spoke to E! News about the special connection she still feels with her beloved father.
She shared: “For me, it’s numbers, four and seven are my dad’s favorite numbers. And I swear whenever I’m doubting anything or whenever I’m in an argument with someone or anything, I start seeing four and seven everywhere. So I always know that it’s him.”
Meadow finds comfort in these signs, recalling a recent moment when she was feeling down and suddenly heard clock bells ringing. It reassured her and reminded her that everything would be okay.
Recently, Meadow followed in her father’s footsteps by making a cameo appearance in the 10th installment of the “Fast & Furious” franchise, titled “Fast X.” She expressed her excitement: “For me, this is super exciting and he would be amazed that this is happening.” Meadow shared a photo on Instagram from the movie, expressing her gratitude for being a part of the movie series that made her father a star.
She wants to keep her father spirit alive
Meadow cherishes her father’s memory and keeps his spirit alive. She finds solace in watching his movies, as his voice holds a special place in her heart. She said: “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. I like to watch his movies at night. For me, it brings me joy to talk about him and keep his spirit alive.”
Paul Walker meant the world to Meadow, and she described him as her best friend, confidante, and everything. Despite their time together being cut short, Meadow feels his presence constantly. “I feel like he’s always with me”, she said.
Meadow Walker‘s connection to her late father and her participation in the “Fast & Furious” franchise serve as reminders of the enduring impact Paul Walker had on his loved ones and fans around the world.