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Alaskan Bush People daughter pays tribute to ‘angel’ mom Ami

Snowbird Brown, Ami Brown and Rain Brown on Alaskan Bush People
Alaskan Bush People star Ami with daughters Rain, right, and Snowbird, left

Alaskan Bush People daughter Rain Brown has paid an emotional tribute to her mom Ami — calling her an “angel”.

The 15-year-old thanked Ami for inspiring her and supporting her, and called her the “most amazing woman that’s ever walked this earth”.

She added: “Not only am I lucky enough to have met an angel and know an angel, but that angel is my mother.”

The Brown family have just been through a tough year which saw son Matt injured in an explosion at their former Alaskan homestead, and Ami battle cancer.

After months of gruelling treatment, it was revealed last month that doctors have found her to be cancer-free.

Rain told her mom: “Honestly you inspire me more then anyone, and I’m so blessed to know I have people like you in my life that will support me no matter where I go and how I choose to get there.

“You’ve never judged me or punished me but only taught me with love and with leading by great example. You’re the reason I am who I am and the reason I keep fighting, because if the sweetest most honest happiest person such as yourself can do it? So can I.”

Rain also praised her mom last year while she was still undergoing treatment for cancer. It came after Rain revealed she had been battling depression.

In a separate post in December, Rain also penned another tribute to both Ami and her dad Billy in celebration of his birthday.

The Brown family have been living in California while Ami underwent her cancer treatment, but are thought to be moving to Colorado.

In recent days, several members of the Brown family have been spotted in Spokane, Washington.


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