Meadow shares sweet throwback photo of her late father Paul Walker

Meadow Walker took to Instagram this week to pay tribute to her late father, Paul Walker. The 16-year-old shared a super sweet family photo, which shows her as a toddler, sticking her tongue out at her smiling dad.

Clearly reflecting on happy memories, the teenager captioned the picture with a smiley face. The snap received over 14,000 likes from Paul’s fans, who have continually showed their support to Meadow since her father’s unexpected death in November 2013.

CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE text caption Meadow Walker paid tribute to her late father Paul Walker on Instagram

Meadow’s latest Instagram post coincided with the first screening of the Fast and Furious 7 trailer at the Super Bowl. The 40-year-old was in the middle of filming the movie when he tragically died, however after his death Paul’s brothers, Cody and Caleb, starred in new scenes which allowed the film to be completed and his character to be retired from the film series.

Meadow opened accounts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram in April to combat "imposter" profiles on the social networking sites.

“To combat the imposter profiles that are continually created, we have launched three official profiles for Paul Walker’s daughter,” a message from Paul Walker’s team confirmed.

“Any other profiles you may find on social networks are not associated with Meadow or Paul – Team PW.”

text captionMeadow marked the one year anniversary of Paul Walker’s death with another photo

The teenager has since used her social media profiles to thank well-wishers for their support and pay tribute to her famous father with old family photos. Meadow last shared a photo of herself and Paul together in November to mark the one year anniversary of his death.

Meadow had been living with Paul in California before he died, and it was revealed that she had inherited his entire estate in February 2014.

Paul died in a car crash alongside his friend Roger Rodas, after the Porsche they were driving in lost control and crashed on a suburban street on 30 November 2013.

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