Stepsisters Lyssa & Cecily Chapman Pose in New Photos as They Spend Quality Time Together
Few weeks after the death of their mother, Lyssa posted a series of images of her and stepsister Cecily Chapman on her Instagram page bonding with a cup of juice.
In the image shared with her followers, Lyssa could be seen wearing a white pant, a black tank top and on her face was a dark coloured shade.
Cecily, unlike her sister, had on a mustard yellow top and black shorts. The sisters, however, completed their adorable looks holding a cup of juice each as they wore a lovely smile on their face.
REACTIONS FROM FANS
Most of their fans were delighted to see the beautiful sisters spend quality time together after suffering such colossal loss and most dropped sweet messages for them in the comment section.
A user with the account @ashleybrumfield0408 wrote,
"@cecilybeezee you look soooo much like your beautiful mama! Beth always reminded me of my Mimi; she was beautiful, blonde-headed, curvalicious and buxom. 💗💗💗"
Others gushed about how beautiful they both looked and how happy they were to see the sisters bond.
CECILY HONORS HER MOTHER
Since the demise of the "Dog The Bounty Hunter" star, Beth Chapman, her family has taken to social media to share various tributes to the beloved star and express how much they missed and would miss her.
Anyone who knows Beth knows how much she loves her always well-manicured nails. Just before Beth's second memorial, the 26-year-old took to Instagram to share an image of her mum in a car driving, making her nails the centre of attraction. Few days after, Cecily posted another picture but this time of herself with her nails done.
Cecily went to the well known Honolulu nail salon where Beth frequented before she lost her battle to cancer last month to get her nails done; it was just like the one her mum had on at the time of her demise.
“Cried the whole time but it was totally worth it iLy @nailsbydanny & @mrsdog4real.”
Most people after recognizing the nails as a replica of the one Beth had on before her death commended Cecily for paying the best homage to the dead bounty hunter.
Beth Chapman died on June 26 after a battle with throat cancer. She was surrounded by family and loved ones at the time of her death and two memorials, (one in Hawaii and the second in Aurora Colorado) was held for her upon her demise.