The former contestant of the ABC dating reality TV series looks distraught as he’s spotted dining in a Florida restaurant after news broke about his mother Andrea’s death.
AceShowbiz –Tyler Cameron could not hide his devastation over his mother’s passing. Two days after asking prayers for Andrea Cameron when announcing a family emergency, the season 15 contestant of “The Bachelorette” was caught on camera looking distraught while dining at a Florida restaurant.
The photo obtained by TMZ captured the 27-year-old dining with close family members at Brass Ring Pub restaurant in Jupiter, Florida on Sunday, March 1. Keeping a low profile, he chose a corner booth and at some point, he reportedly buried his face in the palm of his hand. The outlet noted that other customers didn’t seem to recognize him.
The ex-boyfriend of Gigi Hadid first dropped hint that there was something wrong with Andrea on Thursday, February 27. At the time, he turned to Twitter to briefly announce he has canceled his scheduled appearance on “Good Morning America“. “Have to cancel GMA group run tomorrow,” he wrote. “Family emergency. Please pray for my mom and my family.”
Tyler further poured his heart out on his Instagram Story handle on Friday, February 28. “God gives his toughest battles to his strongest soldiers,” he wrote alongside a video of him and the late Andrea. “Pray for my momma.”
One day later, Us Weekly broke the news that Andrea has passed away. She reportedly died after being taken to a hospital the same day Tyler announced his “family emergency” situation. While Tyler has not to confirm the news, a friend of Andrea has sent her condolence on Facebook. “Last night I learned of some very upsetting news…,” Karen Rose Vanderheyden wrote alongside photo of Tyler and Andrea.
“My childhood friend, high school friend, adult friend has passed on,” she continued. “Such a wonderful mother, friend, confidant… I will miss you more than words can say… RIP beautiful… thanks for all the memories and meaningful conversations over the years.”
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