Paul was developing a touching bond with his teenage daughter after she recently moved in with him. HollywoodLife.com learned EXCLUSIVELY that not only is Paul’s family still in shock over their tremendous loss, they are absolutely heartbroken that ‘his time’ with his daughter was cut short.
Paul Walker‘s tragic Nov. 30 death is especially heartbreaking since his 15-year-old daughter, Meadow Walker, had just moved in to his California home from her mother Rebecca McBrain‘s home. Paul had always been a big part of Meadow’s life, but a special father-daughter relationship was budding between the two when they were together full-time. As his family grieves his untimely death, HollywoodLife.com learned EXCLUSIVELY that they also mourn the tragedy that Paul finally felt he was getting the extra time with his girl he always wanted.
Paul Walker’s Family: Daughter Meadow Finally Was Having Her Time With Dad
“Everyone is in shock still. The worst part is that he was finally getting his time with Meadow,” a source close to Paul’s family told HollywoodLife.com after Paul was involved in a horrific car accident on Nov. 30. “He was happier than you can imagine to have her living with him full-time. She was the love of his life, he was an amazing dad and he was so happy that she chose to live with him because he never felt like he got enough time with her.”
“They were like two peas in a pod, they loved hanging out and playing video games or basketball or going to Disneyland,” the source explained. “Paul was a big kid so being with Meadow was playtime for him. And she was a total Daddy’s girl, she adored him.”
Paul Walker’s Family: ‘Paul Was An Incredible Human Being’
Paul’s family is, understandably, in shock after the horrific accident. “This still doesn’t feel real for anyone,” a source close to Paul’s family told HollywoodLife.com. “Meadow is getting help but it’s still just the first stages, she’s going to have a long road ahead. This is a huge loss for everyone, Paul was an incredible human being. We still don’t want to believe that its true.”
Our thoughts are with Paul’s family at this difficult time.
— Kristine Hope Kowalski