Paul Walker’s model daughter Meadow confirmed her marriage to actor Louis Thornton-Allan, with a little help from her late dad’s pal Vin Diesel.
Meadow Walker, 22, took to Instagram to share the exciting news with fans on Friday.
She shared a stunning black and white video in her latest post, with the caption: ‘We’re married!!!!’
Louis commented below: ‘Yes we are !!!’ after she posted the clip of the gorgeous ceremony which looked to take place by the ocean.
Friends and fans of the star quickly took to the comments to congratulate her on the exciting update.
In the clip attached to the post, Meadow can be seen wearing an absolutely beautiful halterneck Givenchy gown, finished off with a white veil.
Elsewhere, Vin Diesel appeared in the sweet video, along with Meadow’s bridesmaids and other friends and family.
A source told E! News she was walked down the aisle by Vin who is also her godfather.
Her beloved father, Fast and Furious star Paul, died in a car crash back in 2013 when his daughter was just 15-years-old.
According to Vogue, the duo married in a luxurious ceremony in the Dominican Republic – but their plans were somewhat impacted by Covid.
Meadow told the outlet: ‘The pandemic impacted our plans, Louis’s family wasn’t able to attend. A lot of close friends whom we consider family were also unable to attend due to travel restrictions.’
It came after they already shared a photo of wedding bands on their fingers earlier this month, which Meadow captioned: ‘Best friend.’
Louis commented on her previous post: ‘Forever,’ along with a purple heart and globe emoji.
The pair announced their engagement just a few months ago after Meadow showed off her ring in a video posted back in August.
Meadow and Louis went public with their romance not long prior to the cute update.
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