Seven months after her dad Paul Walker's tragic death, Meadow has reached out to fans on social media to show that she is doing well."Glad to be back," wrote the 15-year-old next to a beautiful holiday snap of herself looking happy and content as she smiles at the camera.The teenager, who's wearing a patterned bikini and sunglasses on top of her head, received a wave of support and well wishes from fans, who commented that she looks like her handsome late father.
CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERYPaul's daughter Meadow posted a sweet picture of herself on Instagram
This is just the third photograph that Meadow has shared on her Instagram account, which she opened earlier this year.In April, she decided to open accounts on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to "combat imposter profiles," Paul's team said."To combat the imposter profiles that are continually created, we have launched three official profiles for Paul Walker's daughter," a message read at the time. "Any other profiles you may find on social networks are not associated with Meadow or Paul — Team PW."Father and daughter together: Meadow opened her Instagram account with this touching photo
Meadow marked her arrival to the social media world with a black-and-white photograph of herself with the late star. The father and daughter are gazing into each other's eyes in the touching shot. Understandably, the brunette teen has been keeping a low profile since.Paul died in a car accident when he was the passenger in a Porsche which was travelling at approximately 90mph when it lost control on a suburban street and crashed last November.Paul Walker passed away in a tragic car accident last November
Filming for Fast & Furious 7 was delayed following the unexpected death of the star, but completed thanks to the help of Paul's brothers Cody and Caleb. The release date of the latest installment of the racing movie franchise has recently been brought forward, so will hit cinema screens earlier than planned. The action-packed movie, which was set for release on 10 April, has been brought forward by one week to 3 April thanks to its successful completion in June.