Tyler Cameron previously honored his mom, who died of a brain aneurysm, on Mother's Day

By Robyn Merrett
May 26, 2020 02:37 PM
Tyler Cameron and mother:
Tyler Cameron and his mother Andrea
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Tyler Cameron is missing his late mom Andrea on what would have been her 56th birthday.

On Tuesday, Cameron posted a sweet tribute to Andrea on Instagram, sharing a throwback photo of his mom smiling widely as Cameron, 27, and his brothers surrounded her.

"Happy birthday momma," Cameron captioned the post.

"We miss you ❤️❤️❤️" he added.

The tribute comes after Cameron honored Andrea earlier this month on Mother's Day.

The two special occasions marked the first for the Bachelorette alum without his mom, who died of a brain aneurysm on Feb. 29.

On Mother's Day, Cameron posted a throwback photo of the two snapped as Andrea stood behind her son during what appeared to be a sports event.

"Always had my back," he wrote. "Still do. ❤️❤️❤️."

Later, on Instagram Stories, Cameron filmed a touching tribute to his mother, sending a candle lantern into the night sky.

The reality star also posted a picture of his mom with his rescue dog, Harley, on the Instagram account he runs for the pooch.

"Last pic taken with mama ❤️," he wrote.

Back in late April, Cameron opened up about how his life has changed since his mother's death in a conversation with Venus Williams on Instagram Live.

When talking about his biggest motivation, Cameron told Williams "my little brothers and my dad" were his.

"I just lost my mom not too long ago, so now my motivation is to take care of my brothers and make sure they're good," Cameron said, adding that as the oldest sibling, he feels an obligation to take care of his family.

"I'm grateful to be in the position that I am to do that now," Cameron said.

Cameron first spoke out about his mother's death in March, penning an emotional message about his loss on Instagram.

"Today heaven gained an angel," he wrote, alongside a photo showing himself holding on to his mother’s hand. "We will love and miss our mother dearly. She will live on through us and through those that she has had an impact on."

He went on to encourage his followers to "tell those you love that you love them."