'Alaskan Bush People' Star Bear Brown Pays Emotional Tribute to Late Dad Billy — See His Post
"The Alaskan Bush People" star Bear Brown paid an emotional tribute to his late dad Billy on his private Instagram account.
Bear Brown, one of the siblings from Discovery Channel's "The Alaskan Bush People," shared a touching tribute for his late dad, Billy, on his private Instagram account.
Bear shared an adorable family photo of his mom, Ami and his late dad holding his son. He wrote that he was glad his dad met his son and Billy's grandson.
Bear opened up on his post and shared that he will always remember the twinkle in his dad's eye when he held his baby son. He urged others to hold their loved ones tight.
Billy passed on February 7, 2021, after suffering a seizure. In his tribute post, Bear shared a family photo of his parents with his child. Part of the caption read:
"I'm glad my Dad got to meet my son, his grandson, I will always remember the twinkle in his eye when he held him!"
Bear was the one who announced the passing of the patriarch. In a post, he wrote that the family was heartbroken by his death and that he would be dearly missed.
Bear's youngest sister, Rain, shared her own loving and touching post for her late dad. She shared a photo of herself with her parents in the wilderness.
However, it is rumored that the siblings have gone their separate ways.
Bear Brown shared a loving tribute for his late dad, 2021. | Photo: Instagram/bearbrownthekingofextreme
In the caption of the post, she wrote that she had lost her best friend. She asked fans to hold her family and her mother in their prayers while they went through the difficult time.
Fans shared their condolences for the Brown family in the comment section of Rain's post. In her post, she described her late dad to an angel as she wrote:
"Words cannot express how wonderful he was and is. But I will say, the closest thing to an angel I’ve ever known."
The TV show's Instagram page also shared a tribute for Billy. It shared a photo of the late patriarch, standing tall with his long white hair and mustache against a backdrop of the Alaska wilderness.
Fans fall in love with the quirky Brown family over the show's 12 seasons as they watched them get through the daily tasks of living in the unforgiving conditions of the icy state.
There has been discussion for the 13th season. However, it is rumored that the siblings have gone their separate ways as they have moved on and formed their own families.