“Alaskan Bush People” star Bear Brown is still dealing with the heartache of losing his father back in February and took to Instagram while looking back on the fond memories the two spent together. The Discovery reality star shared the photo Monday evening on social media while he was having a particularly tough time dealing with the ongoing loss of his dad.
“Da passed away over a month ago and it still feels like yesterday! I miss him so much!” Bear captioned the picture with his late father.
Bear Brown shared a photo, obviously taken at night, of himself, his father, Billy Brown, and his brother Gabriel Brown proudly wearing a NASA t-shirt.
“I found this old picture and wanted to post it! I can honestly say, my Dad never let me down, not once! I love and miss him!” Bear wrote about the pic.
He added, “On this day we had just hooked up a telescope! And we were looking at the moon!!! It was a very good day!”
It has been a rough couple of months for Bear Brown and the rest of the “Alaskan Bush People” stars since Billy Brown passed away due to complications with his ongoing medical issues. As we reported, the family revealed that Billy died after suffering a seizure, and the death was extremely quick and shocking to the entire family.
“Words cannot express how wonderful he was and is. But I will say, the closest thing to an angel I’ve ever known. God bless you da I love and miss you dearly. You will always be my hero,” the family’s youngest daughter, Rainy Brown wrote after Billy’s death.
The recent post by Bear Brown may explain the heartache that the star was speaking about lately after taking to Instagram with a mysterious post that sparked many reactions from fans.
“Tonight my heart breaks…….. ?” Bear wrote on social media over the weekend while showing a sad photo of himself.
The comment was interpreted by many fans on Bear’s page who were trying to figure out what was wrong.
“Sending strength and healing to you , stay strong your Dad would want you to be living your best life in his honour,” one fan wrote to Bear in support.