Before her unexpected demise, Beth Chapman’s husband, Duane Chapman fondly revealed the things he loved most about her.
The WGN America team, with whom Beth worked closely alongside her husband, to produce their new reality series, “Dog’s Most Wanted,” paid tribute to the late star via Twitter on June 27.
The post is a short video of the Beth and Duane telling the listeners the things they love about each other most. Beth described Duane, her husband of 13 years, as a “smart, strong, courageous, funny, and brave” man.
When it came time for Duane to talk, he jokingly said:
“She’s very mean. She’s not as smart as I am but almost there.”
“She’s my everything. She’s the sexiest women I’ve ever touched in my life. She’s a pure girl! There’s no tomboy in this baby girl.”
The video dates back to when Beth was still doing quite fine even despite her throat cancer diagnosis which she first announced back in 2017. With Duane standing tall by her and providing strength whenever she needed it, Beth was able to fight off the deadly disease.
Alongside a shot of the two during the interview, WGN America wrote:
“A love like theirs only happens once in a lifetime. #WGNAmerica and #DogsMostWanted remember @mrsdogc. #RIPBethChapman.”
The one sad and perhaps most disheartening thing about Beth’s death is how devastated it left Duane and their entire family bereft. At first, Beth's cancer had gone into remission after a cancerous growth discovered was surgically removed.
However, the growth returned and had Beth going in and out of the hospital a few times. Sadly and to the horror of fans, the reality star disclosed that she had decided to forgo chemotherapy in her fight against cancer.
But Beth had always described her cancer diagnosis as the “ultimate test of faith” and remained cheery and strong all through the ordeal.
The entire media went into a frenzy when news broke that the beautiful bails bondswoman had suffered a “choking incident” in her home and that an emergency medical team had hurriedly rushed her to the hospital.
Soon after, reports that doctors had induced Beth into a coma and for fans to send out their prayers for her also surfaced. Her untimely demise came June 27 and has since elicited thousands of relations from fans who took to social media platforms to comfort her family.
Thankfully, they are pushing on strong like the late bounty hunter would have wanted too. Duane fondly recalled that her last words to him and the family were to comfort them.
Duane emotionally said:
“She [Beth] came out of it a couple times — ‘I love you’ and ‘Are you guys all okay? Don’t worry,’ but she never accepted it."
May her beautiful soul rest in perfect peace.