Alaskan Bush People's Gabriel Brown poses with daughter Sophie, 2, in rare photo as he reunites with brother Bear

ALASKAN Bush People star Gabriel Brown poses with his two-year-old daughter Sophie in a rare photo as he reunites with his brother, Bear.

Earlier this month, Bear and his on-again, off-again girlfriend and baby mama, Raiven, reunited months after breaking up.

Bear's girlfriend and baby mama, Raiven, shared a pic of him holding River along with Gabriel holding his toddler daughter, Sophie.

She captioned the snap: "just cousin things."

Bear also shared the same pic captioned: "Man! They’re growing so fast!!!"

Raiven also commented: "Please stop commenting Gabe is angry he is the nicest guy and a great dad. Not everyone smiles for every photo!

"He was told to smile by me and I took pics quickly before the kids move! He smiles in many of them but the kids' faces are blurry !"

Back in November, Gabe's brother, Bear, shared a pic of his son River holding hands with his cousin, Sophie.

Raiven posted a snap with River with his baby cousin, captioning the pic with a Winnie the Pooh quote: "We didn’t realize we were making memories, we just knew we were having fun.”

Gabe, 30, and his wife Raquell have been keeping Sophie's life more private.

Earlier this month, Raiven Adams told baby daddy Bear Brown “it’s always been you” as they rekindle four months after their nasty split. 

Raiven shared a photo showing their adorable baby boy riding on his dad’s back with the proud mom right behind. 

She captioned Instagram posts: “We may have spent all this time being lost trying to fix ourselves. 

“I wish we would have done that before we had you but we have done a tremendous job making sure you are loved and happy. 

“Things may have been rocky for a while but for you it’s always been love.”

Raiven confirmed her split from Bear in April after months of breakup speculation from fans.

In April, Gabe posted an artistic black-and-white shot showing his full beard captioned: "They'll tell you to 'smile,' 'cheer up,' 'don't cry,' 'get a haircut,' I say feel what you're feeling, feel it deeply, feel it hard, & cold, feel it like it's all you are, then give it to God, and let it pass.

"Express yourself, and be who you are. There will only ever be one of you, share yourself with the world, maybe something you've said or done will help someone else understand what they're feeling.

"Sing that song, write that book, become an astronaut. You can be anything, you can do anything. Live like there's no tomorrow. Someday there won't be."

Billy Brown’s estate was previously sued for $500K as the late patriarch allegedly failed to pay investor profits made on the show and from book sales. 

In May, The Sun revealed Robert Maughon, a Tennessee doctor, filed a lawsuit against Billy’s estate and the late patriarch’s business Alaskan Wilderness Family Productions for breach of contract on April 27, 2021.

In the court papers, Robert claimed he entered into a contract with Billy on January 6, 2009, where he invested $20,000.

He claimed Billy, who is an author, agreed to pay him 10 percent of income from the publication and sales of Alaska Wilderness Family Productions derived from books written by Billy.

The payments were supposed to be for a period of 10 years from the contract date.

Billy was cremated before a private funeral in Washington after his death from a seizure. 

He tragically died at the age of 68 after suffering a seizure in the family’s Washington home on February 7.

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