As the 5-month mark just passed since the tragic death of Disney star Cameron Boyce, his father is sharing a dream he had that proves the two are still spiritually connected. Victory Boyce took to Instagram this week to reveal he had the most “realistic” dream of his late son, and that he even spoke to Cameron before being wakened back to reality.
Last night I had the most realistic dream about Cameron yet … I told him that I thought he had died and I was ecstatic to see him. When I woke up I was devastated that it was only a dream.”
Victor said the dream seemed so real, that he was even able to find a photo matching what his son looked like during the encounter.
“He looked a lot like these blurry screenshots from a video,” Victor explained while sharing a couple pics of Cameron. In the photos, the late Disney star appears to be rocking his trademark white hair from his role as Carlos De Vil, the son of Cruella De Vil, on Disney’s “The Descendants.”
Victor recently shared the Boyce’s family Thanksgiving — the first of many Thanksgiving dinners without Cameron at the table. He revealed a family photo they all took, and was honest about the experience without his son.
“First we cried
Then we gave thanks
Then we loved and laughed.”
Director Kenny Ortega, who directed all of the “Descendents” flick and was very close to Cameron, responded back to Victor in the comments of his Instagram post.
“We joined you with tears, thanks and laughter. Blessings to you all!”
“Everything you are. Every smile, every laugh, every dance, every hug, every moment, everyone you touched. You mean everything to us,” the tribute read as it flashed across the screen at the end of “Descendants 3.”
Disney also put together a 2-minute video tribute for the 20-year-old star that ran with the premiere, titled “For Cameron,” and covered his career and life with Disney.
Since being released on YouTube, the video tribute has racked up over 14 million views.
Victor was incredibly close to Cameron, and has been finding support and love by sharing moments on social media with his son’s fans. Shortly after the star passed away in July due to a massive epileptic seizure, Victor shared a photo taken of the star just hours before his untimely death.
“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.”
Victor has since led the charge on setting up The Camero Boyce Foundation, which focuses on philanthropic initiatives that were near and dear to Cameron’s heart. Many stars helped rally for donations in Cameron’s name, including his “Grown Ups” co-star Adam Sandler, who even posted a message last week in honor of the late star.