Dog the Bounty Hunter Shares Footage of Him Kissing His Late Wife Beth After He Falls in Love Again
This came weeks after Dog revealed to fans that he had fallen in love again with a woman who he hopes to marry someday.
Nearly one year after the death of his believed wife Beth Chapman, “Dog The Bounty Hunter” himself Duane Chapman shared a video of him kissing her. This came weeks after Dog revealed to fans that he had fallen in love again with a woman who he hopes to marry someday.
The U.K. Mirror reported that Beth passed away in June of 2019 at the age of 51 after a battle with throat and lung cancer. On Friday, Dog posted a video posted an adorable video of him sharing a kiss with his wife after they left a theater on one of their date nights.
“Sadly missed,” he captioned the video, which showed him affectionately kissing Beth on the side of her head as their son “Gary Boy” Chapman cringed.
“Oh God, stop,” Gary Boy said before Beth turned to the camera to tease him.
“Gary Boy, you want a kiss? I’ll give ya kiss,” Beth said playfully. “Jesus Christ. C’mon sonny, just one kiss.”
Dog, 67, posted this happy memory after revealing that he has fallen in love with Colorado rancher Francie Frane, who he says Beth would have approved of. Frane lost her husband Bob right around the time Dog lost Beth, and they bonded quickly over their shared grief.
“It’s going really good,” Dog told The Sun of the new relationship. “It’s a God relationship because it’s just like a miracle. It’s a miracle how we met and it’s a miracle how great we’re getting along.”
Dog went on to add that he wants to marry Francie, 51, saying that while there will “never be another Mrs Dog,” he wants her to be “the last Mrs Chapman.”
Dog’s family approves of the new relationship, with his daughter Lyssa saying that “Beth would approve” as well.
“They are both so happy together and they are good for each other. Francie has been very respectful to all the kids — and to Beth’s memory — and my dad is the same way with Bob and their children. They go to church three times a week and dad is trying to give up smoking — she is a good woman for my dad,” she told The Sun.
“He’s the happiest I’ve seen him in a long time – he’s so in love and wants to spend the rest of his life with Francie. They are both lost their spouses to cancer so they know what it’s like to go through that and they are helping each other through it,” Lyssa added. “Beth would approve – I honestly believe that Beth sent Francie for my dad – I feel like Beth and Bob are up there watching down over them.”