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Dog The Bounty Hunter Remembers Late Wife Beth Chapman In Mother's Day 2020 Posts

Dog The Bounty Hunter Remembers Late Wife Beth Chapman In 2020 Mother's Day Post
May 10, 2020 - 21:52 / Lucas Anderson

Duane "Dog the Bounty Hunter" Chapman honoured his late wife Beth in a series of Mother's Day 2020 posts. She was the mother of two of his children and the pair had cared for two of Beth's as well. See the throwback photos below...

Duane Chapman had his late wife Beth on his mind during Mother's Day 2020.

Beth Chapman (born Alice Smith) died of complications from cancer on June 26, 2019, at the age of 51. Since then, "Dog" has been open about his difficulties with grieving. Mother's Day weekend 2020 also marked the first since her passing.

On Saturday, Chapman shared a throwback photo from Mother's Day 2018, which shows Beth relaxing on a boat. "Mother's Day 2018 !!! Love you miss you Beth #throwback," the Instagram post is captioned.

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Duane Chapman honours late wife Beth on Mother's Day

He went on to further honour her on Sunday with an additional Instagram post. "I am DOG Chapman chiracahua Apache The best Bounty Hunter in the world I am the husband of Beth Chapman And I miss her so much," the caption reads.

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Dog the Bounty Hunter got engaged in May 2020

Duane and Beth were married in 2006, and had two kids together, Bonnie and Garry. They also adopted Beth's daughter Cecily and reconciled with her son Dominic. On Mother's Day 2020, Duane revealed that he still has fond memories of Beth. 

The reality TV star also announced his engagement to Francie Frane earlier this week. Despite the news of the engagement coming less than a year after Beth's passing, Duane continues to make clear Beth's importance in his life.

Following the news of his engagement to Frane, he told The Sun U.S., with respect to Beth, "There will never be another Mrs. Dog, but it looks like there will be a final Mrs. Chapman."