Bachelorette's Hannah Brown Sends Love to Tyler Cameron After His Mom's Death

Bachelorette star Hannah Brown is showing her support for ex Tyler Cameron following his mother's heartbreaking death.

By Jess Cohen Mar 04, 2020 12:20 PMTags
Watch: Tyler Cameron "Distraught" Over His Mom's Sudden Death

Hannah Brown is showing her support for Tyler Cameron.

On Monday, the former Bachelorette contestant shared the heartbreaking news that his beloved mom, Andrea, had passed away.

"Today heaven gained an angel. We will love and miss our mother dearly," Tyler wrote on Instagram. "She will live on through us and through those that she has had an impact on. While we grieve, we ask for two things: First, tell those you love that you love them; and second, please let us take this time to celebrate her life in private. Thank you for all of your love and support."

Tyler has received so much love in the following days, with messages from friends and fans flooding his comments, including one from Hannah, who left a red heart emoji on the post.

As Bachelor Nation fans will know, Tyler was runner-up on Hannah's Bachelorette season last year. And although things didn't work out between them, Hannah is still showing her support for Tyler, whose mom was a fan of the Alabama native. During Hannah's time on Dancing With the Stars in late 2019, Andrea shared several posts on Instagram encouraging followers to vote for her.

Hannah Brown Ran Into Tyler Cameron & His Mom at PCAs

Following Andrea's death, a source told E! News that the Cameron family, which includes Tyler's brothers Austin and Ryan, as well as their dad, are "distraught."


A source also shared that Tyler is "devastated" by her death, but he's "trying to be there for his younger brothers" as they navigate this difficult time.

"They are all very distraught and heartbroken," the insider said. "It's an awful situation and all of the boys were very close to their mother."

As they mourn the loss, the source noted that Tyler will stay in Florida with his loved ones "for the time being."

Tyler had been scheduled to appear on Good Morning America last Friday, but took to social media to announce he wouldn't be able to make it.

"Have to cancel GMA group run tomorrow. Family emergency," Tyler tweeted Thursday. "Please pray for my mom and my family."