Paul Walker's Funeral: Grieving Family Look For Burial Spot At Forest Lawn Cemetery

12 December 2013

Paul Walker's family have been looking for the perfect spot to bury the Hollywood actor at Forest Lawn Memorial Park following his sad death ten days ago.

The 40-year-old star died on November 30, following a car crash in Santa Clarita. Since then an outpouring of grief has been seen from fans across the globe. According to TMZ, plans for his funeral will be kept private, with sources telling the website it will be an invitation only affair, with the cast of Fast and Furious likely to attend.

The late actor's father, Paul Walker Sr., brother Cody Walker and other family members were seen walking the grounds of the cemetery, choosing a grave site plot.

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Paul Walker's family sorting the last details of the funeral (Hector Campos/Splash News)

“They want to make sure that everyone who wants to mourn will be together and all schedules match. They hopefully will have more of an idea next week,” a close friend of Paul’s told HollywoodLife.com about the planning of the funeral.

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The Hollywood star's family at Forest Lawn Cemetery (Hector Campos/Splash News)

Meanwhile, the Hollywood star leaves behind his 15-year-old daughter Meadow, who recently moved from Hawaii to California to be closer to her father, according to reports.

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Paul Walker's funeral is said to be held this weekend (WENN)

“Meadow’s heartbroken and grieving but she’s showing an incredible amount of strength,” a source told the publication. “Everyone is amazed by how strong she is. Her family is all focused on looking after her and protecting her, but she’s actually helping them. She has a very strong spirit, just like Paul, and it’s been a huge blessing for everyone to have her close.”

E! Online have reported that a funeral is being planned for this weekend.

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