Cameron Boyce’s dad shares final photo of Disney actor taken hours before death
Cameron Boyce's dad has shared the last photo of his Disney star son, taken hours before his death.
The 20-year-old actor looks relaxed and smiling while wearing a denim jacket as he sits at a table over the weekend.
Heartbroken dad Victor captioned the photo on Instagram with an emotional tribute to the star of The Descendants and Jessie.
He wrote about Cameron: "My son. Just hours before he was snatched from our lives. I miss him terribly.
"I hope that no one ever has to feel the agony I’m feeling but no one is immune to tragedy.
“The outpouring of love and support our family continues to receive is so beautiful and appreciated.
"Thank you all for helping us through our worst possible situation."
Many fans of the actor shared their condolences with Victor in the comments, along with some of their fondest memories of the young talent.
Among the tributes being paid, was a video from Cameron's Descendants co-star Dove Cameron, who shared a tearful video on Instagram in the wake of hearing the tragic news.
Commenting on Victor's post, the 23-year-old actress wrote: "I love you and your whole family so much and forever. There was life before this, and now life after this. My thoughts have not left you and they will stay with you."
Victor and his wife Libby spoke about their feelings in the days after the tragic news that Cameron had died in his sleep, following a history of epilepsy.
Speaking to People, Victor said: "There are no words to describe how moved we are by the tremendous outpouring of love and support from our family, friends, and the world.
"Thank you, everyone, for encircling us with your love and respect of Cameron and concern for our family.
"He was the very definition of human kindness, and a light that will forever shine as his spirit lives on in all who knew and loved him.
"He was the rock of our family and he always had a positive, heartwarming, insightful and caring outlook on everything and everyone.”
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