Duane Chapman Shares Never-Before-Seen Family Photo of Beth and Grownup Kids Garry and Cecily
Duane Chapman shared a heart-melting photo of her wife, Beth, and their grownup children.
The "Dog the Bounty Hunter" star shared the throwback black-and-white photo of his wife, daughter Cecily and son Garry, to his nearly 200,000 Instagram followers.
He captioned the photo: "#tbt on Saturday these girls love this boy so much they won’t leave him alone with his mom and his sister watching over his every move good luck to any prospects Dad loves you."
The post gained nearly 10,000 likes in just two days.
A fan commented: "You have a beautiful family, Dog. Much love, brother. Stay safe out there."
Another fan wrote: "We've watched that little boy grow up into a fine young man, not to mention the girls growing into gorgeous young ladies... you're both very blessed parents!! Lean on their strength, you know how resilient kids are!! I know they're doing their best at taking care of you both!!"
YOUNG GARRY HIMSELF HAS QUITE A FOLLOWING
Garry Chapman, 18, himself has an impressive following on social media. He has more than 20,000 followers on Instagram, whom he updates about his life every now and then.
“Anyone can give up; it's the easiest thing in the world to do. But to hold it together when everyone else would understand if you fall apart, that's true strength.”
Recently he shared a rare picture of himself looking all grown up. It came as a surprise to most of his fans as he seems a lot bigger.
In the photo, he can be seen wearing a cherry-red jacket beside his father while they both held out cool hand-signs. Young Gary appears so much taller.
HOLDING IT TOGETHER AMIDST LIFE'S TRIALS
In the caption, he encouraged his supporters and the public at large to be strong during hard times.
He wrote: “Anyone can give up; it's the easiest thing in the world to do. But to hold it together when everyone else would understand if you fall apart, that's true strength.”
The Chapman family continues to do the work they are famous for, amidst Beth’s health condition.
The family’s matriarch recently opened up about her stage 4 cancer battle. She said, "It’s a much different animal to attack. It's not something you can just cut out or take a pill.”