Jasmine Pilchard-Gosnell: 5 Facts You Didn’t Know About Paul Walker’s Girlfriend

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By Sonalee singh | December 5, 2013 5:56 PM EST

Paul Walker's girlfriend of seven years, Jasmine Pilchard- Gosnell, is in utter shock since the actor passed away last Friday in a fiery car crash. With all the news over the web about Paul Walker, this time here are five facts about Paul Walker's girlfriend, Jasmine. 

Paul Walker started dating Jasmine Pilchard when she 16 years old and was still studying in college.  Jasmine turned 23 this year and is currently living in Santa Barbara, California.

Jasmine shared a wonderful relationship with Walker's only daughter Meadow Walker. In fact, it was Jasmine who had told Meadow about the death of her father.

It was reported in 2010 that Paul Walker got engaged to Jasmine. Reports from "The Star" magazine claimed, "Over the holidays, the 35-year-old actor reportedly popped the question to 19-year-old Jasmine, a student at University of California, Santa Barbara."

In one of his interview Paul Walker had also claimed that he likes, " Natural, shy, outdoor kind girls."  In many ways these qualities link to Jasmine who is simple in all aspects and enjoys time in the great outdoors.

Jasmine loved Paul dearly and was looking to spend the rest of her life together with him and his daughter, Meadow Walker. According to Jasmine's brother, "Paul was a really good guy and Jasmine is broken up by this. I went to Thanksgiving with him, played golf with him. They had their ups and downs but they were together and looking to spend a bright future together."

Paul Walker's was Jasmine's love of life. However, in these trying times she has showed immense strength. According to Jim Trop , Walker's friend, statement to media , "I believe she is the one who told Meadow about what happened, and when she found out she was hysterical and crying. It was just so sad. I tried to do everything I could to help them. Paul's girlfriend then took Meadow and drove her home. I don't know if they drove to crash site. I just know they were in so much anguish."

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