Over the weekend, beloved Disney star Cameron Boyce passed away, shocking his countless fans and paining his loved ones.
He was only 20 years old.
Now, his father is sharing a photo taken just hours before Cameron was taken from the world.
Taking to Instagram for his first post since the sudden and tragic death of his son, Victor Boyce shared this photo.
"My son," he writes. "Just hours before he was snatched from our lives."
"I miss him terribly," Victor affirms.
He continues: "I hope that no one ever has to feel the agony I’m feeling."
"But," Victor is all too aware. "No one is immune to tragedy."
For days, now, Cameron Boyce's legions of fans have been sending messages of grief and emotional support.
"The outpouring of love and support our family continues to receive is so beautiful and appreciated," Victor expresses.
You never know when your kind comment or sympathetic gesture could mean the world to a total stranger.
Whether it's for a woman sobbing in a grocery store or a man grieving on social media, your words can have a powerful impact.
Victor's caption concludes: "Thank you all for helping us through our worst possible situation."
Cameron Boyce was a Disney star, noted for his role on the series Jessie.
More recently, he starred as Carlos, son of Cruella de Vil, on the beloved made-for-TV movie franchise, The Descendants.
As his family shared after his sudden passing, Cameron had been diagnosed years ago with epilepsy.
It was a catastrophic seizure that claimed his life as he slept.
This is so heartbreaking -- for his fans, his friends, and especially for his family.
Cameron's charm and famed saw his memory honored by beloved First Lady Michelle Obama.
"I was lucky enough to share a few moments with Cameron Boyce," Michelle reminded her followers.
She noted that she had rubbed elbows with him "on set, at the White House, and on a service project."
Michelle was around him for "enough time to recognize that not only did he have incredible talent, but also an incredible heart."
"Sending out a lot of love and hugs to his family, friends, and his many, many fans," Michelle concluded.
In 2014, when Cameron starred on Jessie, Michelle Obama made a very special guest appearance.
It was during this time that she made the rounds on a select number of popular tween dramas.
The goal was to acknowledge the special sacrifices made by military families.
Cameron then appeared alongside some of his castmates at the White House's Easter celebration.
Michelle and Cameron also worked alongside each other on a Toys for Tots drive.
Victor had previously expressed his gratitude for the outpouring of kind words from fans.
On Sunday, he took to Twitter to acknowledge Cameron's many mourners.
"I’m overwhelmed with the love and support our family has received," Victor's tweet began.
"It really does help to ease the pain," he admitted. "Of this nightmare I can’t wake up from."
Victor's heartfelt tweet concluded: "I can’t thank you guys enough."