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Tyler Cameron's Mom Has Tragically Died: Here's Everything We Know About Andrea Cameron


Mar. 2 2020, Updated 3:08 p.m. ET

Tyler Cameron, the runner-up from Season 15 of The Bachelorette with Hannah Brown, has lost his mother, Andrea Cameron. According to multiple sources, the TV personality's mom suddenly died on Sunday, March 1, but the cause of her death has not yet been revealed to the public. 

Her passing has come as a complete shock to many considering she was seemingly in good health before all of this. Tyler first hinted that something was wrong when he canceled his highly-anticipated and promoted Good Morning America appearance on Friday, Feb. 28.

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"Have to cancel GMA group run tomorrow. Family emergency. Please pray for my mom and my family," he wrote on Twitter on Thursday, Feb. 27. He has not posted anything on social media since then, so further details are not available at this time.

We do know that the two were very close, as Tyler has gushed about his mother in the past via Instagram. In early November, he shared a series of sweet photos of Andrea hugging and smiling with him after he completed the NYC Marathon. 

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"So grateful for all of the support that I got from my family, friends, and BN! Couldn’t have done this race without all of y’all. So thankful for all of the support," he wrote at the time.

His mother also supported him while he was on The Bachelorette, and she continued to watch the show until her death. Her last Instagram post is of her and her dog watching The Bachelor. "Here we go Peter....... my pick is Maddy!" she captioned the photo on the social media platform.

Andrea was a realtor in Jupiter, Fla. at The Keyes Company at the time of her passing, but she also prided herself on "being a blessed mom of three great men," according to her Instagram bio.

Even though Andrea and Tyler's dad, Jeff Cameron, divorced when Tyler was young after they lost their house in the recession, they're still parents