Paul Walker’s daughter, Meadow, is married

Meadow Walker, the daughter of late actor Paul Walker, has tied the knot.

“We’re married,” Meadow, 22, captioned video from her wedding Friday afternoon on Instagram, revealing that she wed Louis Thornton-Allan after a two-month engagement.

Vogue reports that the wedding took place “earlier this month” without giving an exact date.

Soon after sharing the news, new hubby Louis commented on Meadow’s post, “Forever,” along with a purple heart and globe emoji.

He also shared a small collection of photos from the wedding on his own Instagram account, simply captioning the shots, “I Love You.”

Meadow’s godfather, Paul’s “Fast & Furious” co-star Vin Diesel, walked the model down the aisle in place of her father, a source at E! News claims. Co-star Jordana Brewster was also present for the ceremony, which took place in the Dominican Republic, and was seen hugging the veiled bride in a clip.

“The pandemic impacted our plans,” Meadow told Vogue while discussing the ceremony’s intimate guest list. “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.” 

The bride said “I do” in a custom Givenchy Haute Couture dress, and wore a more “fun and youthful” look to the New York City celebration that followed in the days after their return to the States.

Back in August, Meadow confirmed her engagement to the actor with an Instagram video showing off her ring while going for a swim.

It’s unclear how long the couple dated before their engagement, but they became Instagram-official in July.

Just last week, the beauty shared a photo of the couple on the beach, captioning the snap “best friend.”

Meadow is Walker’s daughter with Rebecca Soteros, a girlfriend, and lived with her mother in Hawaii for 13 years before relocating to California with Walker in 2011. She was just 15 years old when her father was killed at age 40 in a fiery car crash in November 2013. 

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