Paul Walker’s daughter taking selfies with Vin Diesel’s kids is all we need today

Paul Walker’s daughter, Meadow, has now lived for nearly seven years without her dad.

But the 21-year-old still has a major support system, including the kids of her late father’s “Fast & Furious” co-star, Vin Diesel.

Meadow, who’s shared several loving messages about her dad on social media in the past, recently got together with Diesel’s kids — Hania, 12, Vincent, 10, and Pauline, 5 — for a heartwarming Instagram post.

“Family, forever,” Meadow’s caption read.

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The image, which has drawn more than 200,000 likes, sparked plenty of supportive comments — including some from fans who claimed Meadow strongly resembled her father.

“You look just like dad,” one user wrote.

“Same kind eyes as your father,” another added.

Others were simply charmed by the get-together, sharing their happiness that the actors’ children had remained friends after so many years.

“Cuties. The best fam ever,” one user wrote.

“They are so lucky to have a big sis like you,” another added.

“Salute la Famillia,” another wrote, referencing an iconic line often said by Diesel’s character in the “Fast” franchise.

Walker, who filmed five “Fast & Furious” movies with Diesel before dying in a car accident in 2013, had a notoriously close bond with his co-star. Diesel has even shared that he named his youngest daughter, Pauline, after his friend.

“It felt like, you know, a way to keep his memory a part of my family and a part of my world,” Diesel told Today at the time.

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