The actor, 57, shared a vintage black-and-white photo of her on Twitter Saturday. He captioned the photo with a touching tribute written in Spanish:
“At six o’clock early this morning, our mother Ana Bandera Gallego left us forever,” he wrote. “May God keep her in the place she deserves.”
The actor went on to thank his fans for all of their support, adding that his entire family appreciated their thoughts as well.
A las seis de esta madrugada nuestra madre Ana Bandera Gallego nos ha dejado para siempre.