Valentine’s Day left Beth Chapman beaming when she received a stunningly romantic gift from husband Duane “Dog” Chapman.
On Thursday, Beth took to Instagram to share her present with fans. Duane bought her a beautiful bouquet of Fire and Ice Roses with Stargazer Lillies.
The picture shows off the perfectly arranged flowers along with a caption where Beth showed appreciation for her much-loved gift:
"My Valentine never disappoints these fire and ice roses are really beautiful with the Star Gazer Lilly’s my hubby knows me so well."
The “Dog the Bounty Hunter” star couldn’t be happier, and the couple is very much in love. A few days ahead of Valentines Day, 51-year-old Beth shared a sweet snap of her and Duane cuddling as she captioned the image, “Sooooo in love with this guy!”
Currently undergoing chemotherapy after her cancer returned, Beth still surges onward with determination and on her own terms, as Duane “Dog” said during an interview with US Weekly in December 2018:
"She's still trying to cook and get involved in my bounties and business. She's still trying to do everything. Beth is the kind of girl who likes control. She's trying to still advise me on my work, and I’m like, 'Honey, I was the Dog the Bounty Hunter before I met you. Stay out of it!'"
In 2017, Beth was diagnosed with throat cancer, after which she underwent surgery to remove the cancerous tissue. The operation was a success, and the happy news soon followed that Beth was cancer free.
Shortly after Beth’s initial cancer diagnosis, Duane spoke with PEOPLE about Beth and their relationship, saying:
“When we made a pledge many years ago, I said I’d love her in sickness and in health until death do us part,” he said. “And that truth has really, really come alive in my mind. And I have to stand on that; I gave her an oath that I would love her forever. And thank God it’s not till death do us part at this point.”
After Beth got rushed into emergency surgery for a throat blockage in November 2018, the Chapmans received the dreaded news that Beth’s cancer had returned and spread into her lungs.
Followers last received a health update from Beth in January, when she posted a selfie to Instagram along with hashtags like, “#pray” and “#stayhumble.” Other hashtags like, “#it's only hair” and “#cancersucks” seemed to relate to the chemotherapy treatments Beth started.
Last month, WGN announced their first unscripted series, which also happens to be a new series for the Chapmans called, “Dog’s Most Wanted.”
During the ten episodes of the first season, the Chapmans chronicle their search for criminals on the US Marshals’ and FBI Most Wanted Fugitives lists. In a statement about the series, Duane “Dog” Chapman said:
“Crime in America is skyrocketing! Criminals are finding it easier to avoid the system. With more and more dangerous criminals running the streets, the time couldn’t be better for the World’s Greatest Network to bring back the World’s Greatest Bounty Hunter. Fugitives beware!”
The network is yet to release a premiere date for Beth and Duane’s new series.
Late in January, the couple shared a wonderful experience when they welcomed their first great-grandchild into the world.
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