Tyler Cameron’s mother, Andrea Cameron, passed away in 2020 from a brain aneurysm.
Since the tragic passing of his mother, Tyler has remained diligent in honoring his mom every chance he gets.
This Mother’s Day, the Bachelor Nation superstar took some time to dedicate a song and a heartfelt message to his mom.
Tyler Cameron calls late mother an ‘angel’
Tyler Cameron took to his Instagram stories to reflect on his late mom, Andrea, for Mother’s Day.
The Bachelorette Season 15 star dedicated the song Supermarket Flowers by Ed Sheeran to his mom as lyrics from the song showed up in white text over his black background.
Some of the notable lyrics that Tyler included were, “You were an angel in the shape of my mum/When I fell down you’d be there holding me up/Spread your wings as you go/When God takes you back/He’ll say ‘Hallelujah, you’re home.’”
Tyler also wrote his own message to his mother, expressing, “Dear mama. Miss you my angel. We’re going make you proud. I promise.”
Andrea Cameron featured on The Bachelorette Season 15 when Tyler received a hometown with Hannah Brown.
Tyler had a lot of love and respect for his parents during the hometown visit, and he continues to love, respect, and honor his mother.
Michael Allio also grapples with loss on Mother’s Day
Mother’s Day can stir up complex emotions for many, with some celebrating and some grieving. Along with Tyler Cameron, Michael Allio was another Bachelor Nation star navigating grief this Mother’s Day.
Michael became widowed when his wife Laura Allio passed from cancer.
Michael was left to raise his son James on his own, and The Bachelorette Season 17 star recently admitted that it’s heartbreaking to see James grow up without his mom.
Taking to Instagram, Michael shared a moving post that included photos with his son James.
In part of Michael’s caption, the Bachelor Nation fan-favorite wrote, “On the eve of Mother’s Day I’ve got to admit, James is more conscious and asks more questions about Laura than ever before. I’ve tried to create an environment that encourages open discussion… but cannot help but feel as though I’m coming up short.”
Michael concluded his post, writing, “Mothers are special. They do things that others cannot. Life’s not fair… but there’s so much love under this roof that we don’t need it to be. We’re lucky to have each other… and for us that’s more than enough. But for now… we’re all just missing HER.”
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