It is extremely painful for the families and relatives of the late Hollywood actor just as it is hard for the fans to accept Paul Walker's death. However, like the popular saying goes, life must go on.
According to Hollywood Life, Walker's family is moving forward in planning the actor's funeral service. Some of the members of family including Walker's dad were seen paying a visit at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Hollywood, California.
Walker's friend also revealed to Hollywood Life that the family is going to keep the funeral service simple and private, to protect his daughter, 15-year-old Meadow Walker.
It has been reported that Meadow has really been suffering great sadness but she's trying to be tough. She has shown everyone how strong she is in dealing with the death of probably the most important person in her life. Meadow has reportedly been a source of motivation and encouragement for the rest of the family going through this difficult time.
"She has a very strong spirit, just like Paul, and it's been a huge blessing for everyone to have her close," says a source to Hollywood Life.
The "Fast and the Furious" star was killed on Nov. 30 after the car, he was a passenger with, hit a light pole and burst into flames in California. The driver of Porsche GT Carrera, Roger Rodas, also died in the accident.
On Dec. 10, the representatives of Walker, who manage his Facebook account, posted a message and thanked everyone who has extended their support and sympathy during this troubled time. They revealed that they will keep the fans updated via Walker's social media accounts regarding their plans for a global tribute.
The funeral service for the handsome actor is expected to take place on the weekend of Dec. 14 and 15. There are many famous people buried at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Hollywood, predominantly from the entertainment industry, like Bette Davis, John Ritter, Lou Rawls, Sue Williams, and a lot more. Walker's small funeral will include his family and some of the cast and crew from the "Fast and the Furious" movies.
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