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Vin Diesel and Paul Walker are seen in 2001 “The Fast and the Furious”. Universal / Getty Images

  • Paul Walker’s daughter was married in a private ceremony earlier this month, Vogue reports.

  • A source confirmed with Insider that Vin Diesel walked Meadow Walker down the aisle at the wedding.

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  • Meadow Walker, 22, also recently attended the “F9” premiere to honor his father.

Meadow Walker, the 22-year-old daughter of late actor Paul Walker, was married earlier this month to a couple of “Fast and Furious” stars there for support. A source familiar with the day’s events told Insider that Vin Diesel, Meadow’s godfather, walked her down the hall. “E! News” also reported Diesel’s role in the special ceremony.

Paul Walker died in 2013 after being involved in a single car accident. He was then 40 years old and had starred in the first six of the nine “Fast and Furious” movies with Diesel.

Earlier this year, Meadow walked the red carpet in her father’s honor at the “F9” premiere.

Meadow, who is currently a professional model, married boyfriend Louis Thornton-Allan (an actor) in the Dominican Republic. A Vogue report describes the event participants as “an intimate group of family and friends.”

Meadow Walker (a tall, 22-year-old woman with dark black hair) while wearing blue jeans and a white collar under a blazer.

Diesel was not the only “Fast and Furious” star present. Jordana Brewster, who played Walker’s love interest on screen in the franchise, was also there. You can see both actors in a video that Meadow shared on her Instagram.

Earlier this year, Diesel spoke with E! Online about whether Meadow could appear in the next “Fast and Furious” movie.

“I would not count anything out,” he said.

The latest film in the franchise premiered in June last year. Insiders Kirsten Acuna recently reported Paul’s legacy is in good hands with director Justin Lin at the helm of the “Fast and Furious” franchise.

“It’s something I’re constantly thinking about,” the “F9” director told Insider over Zoom when asked about the credit by Walker and his character Brian O’Conner.

Read the original article on Insider

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