Bachelorette Star Tyler Cameron’s Mother Andrea Passes Away

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Our condolences go out to The Bachelorette’s Tyler Cameron and his family. Multiple sources reported on Monday (March 2) that his mother, Andrea, passed away after being taken to the hospital on Thursday (Feb. 27.)

In a post on Instagram, Tyler shard the news that he had to cancel his Friday Good Morning America appearance and asked for prayers for his mom.

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“Have to cancel GMA group run tomorrow,” he wrote. “Family emergency. Please pray for my mom and my family.”

According to Us Weekly, Tyler’s two brothers, Ryan and Austin, both took to social media to ask for prayers.

“God gives his toughest battles to his strongest soldiers,” Ryan, wrote on his Instagram story alongside a video of himself with his mom. “Pray for my momma.”

“Pray for my momma y’all,” Austin wrote on his Instagram story.

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We first met Andrea and Tyler’s family during a hometown tour when her son was a contestant on Hannah Brown’s season of The Bachelorette. At the time Tyler and the family were dealing with health issues that their father was going through. Tyler almost didn’t do the shoe because of his father’s health. However, his father took turn for the better and we were introduced to the Cameron family. It was evident that the boys have a very close relationship with both their parents.

Tyler shared his love for his mother in an Oct. 2019 post on Instagram saying, “Dear Mama, I appreciate you. I love you. I need you. See you soon,” he wrote alongside a photo of the two.

And Andrea was not shy about sharing her love for all three of her sons with the world.

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“Love my young men and the character, discipline and grace they put out into the world,” she wrote in a Jan. 2020 post, alongside baby photos of her boys. “They have been my world… and will continue to be my world… remember the old saying… “The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world….” Don’t mess with my world… Love you boys and good night!!”

Out thoughts are with the Cameron family during this difficult time.

R.I.P.