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Beth Chapman introduces first great-grandchild to the world amidst cancer battle

Rodolfo Vieira
Jan 27, 2019
04:58 P.M.
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Beth Chapman has recently celebrated some great news amidst her battle with cancer as she welcomed her very first great-grandchild.

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The 51-year-old star and her husband, Duane 'Dog' Chapman, have become great-grandparents and she couldn't help but share the special moment with the world.

Beth took to her official Instagram page to post a photo of herself holding the most recent addition to the family at the hospital.

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INTRODUCING THE NEW CHAPMAN TO THE WORLD

The "Dog, the Bounty Hunter" star seemed very proud of the new bundle of joy as she could be seen wearing a black hat with flowers on it and a black tank top with jeans.

In the photo, Beth is carefully holding the baby, whose name is yet to be revealed, and looking at him with a tender and peaceful expression on her face.

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According to the 51-year-old, the baby boy was born five weeks earlier than expected and he's the son of 23-year-old Dakota Chapman.

In the caption, Beth addressed her son, Dakota's father, Leland Chapman, congratulating him on the birth of his first grandchild, adding that it will only get better after this.

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DEALING WITH CANCER

This was wonderful news considering that Beth has been feeling quite down ever since her stage II throat cancer returned, which has also put a lot of stress on Duane.

The couple has reportedly been busy traveling between Colorado and California due to her treatments, but most of her recovery has been happening at their home in Hawaii.

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NOT READY TO BACK DOWN

Even though she has started her chemotherapy sessions, Beth still remains true to herself and proved just that by sharing a selfie in the car with the hashtag "cancer sucks."

The 51-year-old also let everyone know that she is not afraid to lose her hair in the process, claiming that it is only hair, hinting that she is ready to go head-to-head with the disease in order to beat it a second time.

She was first diagnosed with throat cancer back in September 2017 but was declared cancer-free three months later. Unfortunately, doctors told her that the cancer was back after an emergency surgery in November 2018.

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