Paul Walker's daughter Meadow has shared a heartbreaking video of her with her father in honor of the 10th anniversary since his death.
The Fast and Furious star died at the age of 40 on November 30, 2013, after he was involved in a horror car crash in California.
He and his friend Roger Rodas, who was behind the wheel, were both killed in the accident, where the Porsche they were in collided with a concrete lamppost and two trees before going up in flames. Both men were pronounced dead at the scene.
Friends and fans have been paying tribute to the beloved actor, who was best known for playing Brian O'Conner in the Fast and Furious franchise, and his daughter Meadow has shared a heartfelt post of her own.See the video below:
Meadow, now 25, took to Instagram to share a clip from a home video, which she captioned: "10 years without you… I love you forever."
In the sweet footage, Paul can be seen looking shocked before falling backward onto a bed as a younger Meadow exclaims: "Happy birthday!"
He then bursts into joyful giggles as he asks his daughter: "What the hell! You just scared the hell out of me. What the hell are you doing?"
Paul then wrapped Meadow into a warm hug as the two of them enjoyed the wholesome moment together.
Fans were left emotional at the beautiful moment Meadow had chosen to share, commenting: "Aw man this was really beautiful," "Forever smiling on you," and: "love you both so much."
While Vin Diesel - who plays Dominic Toretto in the Fast and Furious franchise - has not yet shared his own tribute to Paul, he did share a loving message to his best friend and co-star in honor of what would have been his 50th birthday in September.
He wrote on Instagram at the time: "A decade… ten long years… and yet it feels like yesterday when we were singing happy birthday to you for the big 40!
"The world isn’t the same brother… as a species, one might say we are struggling. But I think of you, and I smile and know everything is going to be alright," Diesel wrote.
The 56-year-old shared a sweet throwback photo of Paul's arm around him, writing: "For me, this picture represents the moment I knew we would be brothers for eternity.
"January 2010, the night before you and I went to Haiti… the passion and joy you had to simply help people," he said, referring to the heartbreaking earthquake that struck Haiti in 2010.
"You said first responders shouldn’t have to wait for anyone… and that you wanted to dedicate your life to that. First responders… that was your true self, and you were sharing it with me, your brother," he continued.