Alaskan Bush People star Bear Brown took to social media on Wednesday evening to post a sweet photo of him and his son, River.
Bear Brown often takes to his Instagram account to post photos of himself in the great outdoors. However, his most recent photo is that of his son, River. Brown has been finding peace in the wake of his father’s death by spending time with his son and his fiancée. And on Wednesday, the 33-year-old posted a cute picture of his son reaching up to grab his face, while he smiles.
Bear Brown simply captioned the adorable selfie with three hearts, “❤️❤️❤️.”
And good news for fans of Alaskan Bush People, Bear Brown recently changed his Instagram account back to public. That means that anyone can view or like his posts, even if you don’t follow him. Ever since the passing of Billy Brown, Bear has been getting a lot more media attention. And as a result, he had switched his profile to completely private, making it harder to see his posts.
Alaskan Bush People Star Says Family is Helping Him Cope
It has without a doubt been a difficult period of time for Bear Brown and the rest of the Alaskan Bush People family. That, of course, is due to the sudden death of their beloved patriarch, Billy Brown. He passed away on February 8 after having a seizure at his home. He was 68-years-old.
And although losing his father has no question been one of the hardest moments of his life, Bear Brown credits his family for helping him to see the light. The son of Billy Brown recently posted a photo next to his son, River, and fiancee, Raiven, saying it’s them who have helped him get through this time.”
“I love these two SO much, I don’t know what I’d do without them!!!” Brown captions his post on Instagram. “It’s helped me a lot to have Raiven by my side in this difficult time! And River’s priceless smiles always melts my heart! Much love ❤️.”
Despite the difficult circumstances, Bear Brown and the entire Alaskan Bush People family are taking it one day at a time. For more on Bear Brown, Billy Brown, and the rest of the Alaskan Bush People family, make sure to stay tuned in with us right here on Outsider.