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‘Alaskan Bush’ Star Rain Breaks Down In Tears Over Mom Ami’s Cancer Treatment Return

Oct. 30 2018, Updated 4:57 p.m. ET

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Alaskan Bush People matriarch Ami Brown's cancer treatment ripped her away from the family homestead this season, and in a dramatic sneak-peak video obtained exclusively by RadarOnline.com, teenage daughter Rain breaks down in tears while discussing her mother’s return!

In the clip, Rain, 15, is making candied rose petals with sister Birdie, and brother Gabe.

“She’s always happy. She’s always sweet and kind and generous and courageous. She is the closest thing to an angel that I will ever meet,” Rain said about her cancer-stricken mom, while holding back tears.

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Birdie agrees, adding, “I know it goes for myself and everyone in the family, especially for dad. Mom is who we turn to. Mom is always the person that is like the shining light. She is the ultimate mother.”

“She’s taught me that it is okay to be who you are. You don’t have to change for anybody. It is okay to be who you are.”

Earlier in the clips, Rain tells fans how to make the Brown family traditional treat.

“Birdie and I are going to pick rose petals today for mom and dad’s return,” Rain said.

It is basically a family tradition to take rose petals and candy them. It is just a little welcome home thing.”

“There are multiple different ways you can do it. My favorite way is you take water and sugar and you boil it and you make a thick candy syrup out of it. You dip the rose petals in there and wait until they dry and eat them like that,” Rain said in the video.

“I feel like mom’s going to really appreciate this,” Birdie added while dipping the rose petals in the liquid.

Watch the heart-wrenching video and make sure to tune into the two hour season finale of Alaskan Bush People this Sunday at 8/7 C only on Discovery.

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