Sofia Carson pays tribute descendants co-star Cameron Boyce after his tragic death. The actress went on Instagram Saturday with a heartbreaking tribute dedicated to the actor, who died suddenly in his sleep on July 6, as a result of a crisis.
Carson shared a superb photo of Boyce, accompanied by a touching caption.
"For our angel, there are not enough words, there will never be enough words," wrote Carson. "I could not bring myself to do that because it makes things real, I can not let you go, and I can not imagine living in a world without you, I love you, Cam. will always love. "
Carson had the support of some of his other descendants co-stars and other celebrities in the comments section of the article.
"I like you," wrote Dove Cameron shortly after Carson had published the tribute.
"I love you", from Carson Pretty Little Liars: Perfectionists Co-star Janel Parrish also wrote.
Boyce's death shocked the world last week. His family then revealed that he was suffering from epilepsy, causing the crisis. Disney Channel announced on Thursday that plans for the Descendants 3 his first on July 22 were abandoned following his death. Rather than a big event, The Walt Disney Company will donate to Thirst Project, a philanthropic organization to which the actor was passionate.
The network also plans to dedicate the premiere of the film on August 3 to his memory, Entertainment tonight wrote.
Carson is the last person close to Boyce to honor him after his tragic death. Cameron posted a series of emotional videos about her best moments with her friend.
"Cameron was one of my favorite living people in the world, although I knew it was not unique to me." Cameron was magical, an angel of the Earth. Since it was only 14 years old, Cameron demolished many of the ledges she spoke to me about eating disorders, helped me out of trouble. A dark relationship and many breakdowns, "she said earlier this week." He whispered that the dance was moving me to live TV when I did not know what I was doing, or held my hand gently to communicate without a word when we both knew we thought the same thing. I can not count on my hands the number of times we ruined something because we could not stop making ourselves laugh. "
"Everyone did not stop talking about his talent, and he was without a doubt the most talented person that most of us ever know." But Cameron's peculiarity was that he was what it was in the small moments, when no one maybe looked at them, between the big ones, when he did not have to be good or nice … Cameron was always good and kind He was selfless and generous, he was magnanimous and was undoubtedly a true philanthropist at only 20 years old, loved by all who had ever been lucky enough to experience his light and indescribable energy. Cameron was the ultimate example of a human being. "