Mark and Donnie Wahlberg announced on social media on Sunday that Alma Wahlberg, their mother and a frequent visitor to their reality series “Wahlburgers” passed away. She was 78 years old.
“My angel. Rest in peace,” Mark Wahlberg tweeted.
Donnie Wahlberg paid a longer tribute to his mother on his Instagram account. “Donnie Wahlberg, it’s time to rest in peace,” wrote Donnie Wahlberg. “I love you, I miss you, thank you, and I will celebrate you today and always.” No information was provided on the cause, date, or place of his death. Donnie Wahlberg often posts information about his mother on his account and introduced his health to fans in July, saying he “doesn’t remember too much and is often confused, but somehow” she’s still “Alma.”
The 9-year-old Boston-born mother is famous for her appearance on the A&E series “Wahlburgers,” which is information about the family’s fast-growing hamburger chain.
“She did not apologize for her identity, but she never put herself above others. If we mess up, she will kick our ass, if others screw us, she will kick our ass. Teach us that the right things cost us when we do the right thing. wrong things, “Donnie Wahlberg wrote on Sunday. “She is the epitome of the word grace.” It also included a video of one of their favorite songs “If I Can Dance” that they sang with Regina Belle on the wedding song. He wrote that she danced to that song at every children’s wedding, but he surprised it himself with Belle’s live performance. too early. She said, “I invented the craziest food.” English muffin pizza is one of her ideas to satisfy your hunger.
Many of her children have achieved great success and fame. His son Paul Wahlberg is the chef behind the burger chain of the same name and is also named after the Alma Nove restaurant in Hingham, Massachusetts.
“People know that I am the mother of a famous child, although this fact has brought many gifts into my life and has given me opportunities, otherwise I will not be able to achieve it, but my story is much more than most people know. Alma Wahlberg said in an interview with WCVB-TV in Boston in 2018. Fight in poverty and experience great wealth; losing many people you loved; try to raise nine children, master They prevailed; she saw them suffer, they learned and came out the other side; She got lost; found herself again and again; Whatever happened, she kept going. “Alma Wahlberg has eight children. Her daughter Debbie died in 2003.