Late Disney kid and actor Cameron Boyce‘s dad, Victor Boyce, shared a heartfelt video mourning his late son on the two-year anniversary of his death.
Victor Boyce shared how it felt to celebrate the anniversary of his son’s death in an eight-minute video he uploaded to Instagram on Tuesday. Father Boyce, who said that it was not an anniversary for him, said that every day without his son was not good for him.
Here’s what Victor Boyce said:
“I don’t like to call this day an anniversary. For me, an anniversary is something that’s good. Obviously, today something is really, really bad. It’s not a good day for me.”
“Every day without Cameron is not a good day for me. So, it doesn’t matter if it’s today or tomorrow or yesterday, or whatever. It’s always a bad day.”
As you recall Cameron Boyce passed away on July 6, 2019, at the age of 20, after suffering a seizure in his sleep due to epilepsy. Saying that losing his son is indescribable, Victor experiences the pain of losing his first and only son as on the first day. Continuing his speech, Boyce thanked his son’s fans and said that he was happy for his messages of support and love since his death.
“There’s nothing that can describe how I feel about losing my son. My child, my firstborn son. My only son. I just want to thank everybody because since Cameron passed, we’ve received so much support, so much love from all the fans, all family, all over the world. It’s the weirdest thing for me because I’m just a regular dude, a regular guy, and for some reason — by some miracle — my son transcends all that. He just became this force that’s beyond me.”
“He’s just beloved still, and I just think that we are … even though our loss was humongous, we are so blessed to have so much love and support. I can’t thank you guys enough.”
After his death, Cameron’s parents established the Cameron Boyce Foundation to use the memory and legacy of the star of The Descendants for charity. While talking about his son in his Instagram video, he told fans that everything reminds him of his son and therefore they aim to help people struggling with epilepsy.
Victor Boyce also shared a selfie of himself holding a frame of his late son without any caption.
See the Twitter post below.
— Victor Boyce (@TheVictorBoyce) July 6, 2021