Paul Walker’s daughter Meadow Walker marries Louis Thornton-Allan | Entertainment

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Paul Walker’s daughter, Meadow Walker, has tied the knot with Louis Thornton-Allan.

The 22-yr-old daughter of late ‘Fast and Furious’ franchise star obtained married to her actor fiance on Friday (22.10.21) in a touching services which was attended by her father’s co-stars, which include Vin Diesel and Jordana Brewster.

Meadow posted about her wedding ceremony on Instagram with a compilation online video from the large day, which saw her sharing a hug with Jordana, as nicely as chatting with Vin.

She captioned the online video: “we’re married !!!! (sic)”

And whilst her father could not be there to stroll her down the aisle and give her absent, a supply verified to Us Weekly magazine that it was basically Vin – who is Meadow’s godfather – who stepped up to take Paul’s position.

The information of Meadow and Louis’ marriage arrives just two months immediately after they declared their engagement in August, which alone arrived 1 month right after they went general public with their romance.

When marking their engagement, the product posted a video clip of herself to Instagram, where by she flashed her sparkling diamond ring and captioned the put up: “<3 <3 <3 <3."

Louis commented on Meadow’s post, writing: “Forever and always” and he also shared some pictures of Meadow wearing her ring on his own page.

Meanwhile, Vin recently spoke about his bond with Meadow.

He said: “She takes good care of me… She’s the first person on Father’s Day to wish me Happy Father’s Day. To see her with my children is one of the most beautiful things. There are moments when I see her playing with Pauline [Vin’s daughter] and it hits me so deep because I can only imagine what my brother sees when he sees that … I feel very protective. It goes beyond the movie.

“The whole point of the ‘Fast and Furious’ saga is the idea that brotherhood can be created by bond and not necessarily blood.”