Cecily Chapman to Host Memorial for Late Mom Beth 1 Year after Her Tragic Death
"Dog the Bounty Hunter" star, Duane Chapman's daughter, Cecily Chapman, has announced that she will host a memorial for her late mother, Beth Chapman, one year after she passed away.
After inviting fans of the former onscreen star to the venue in Hawaii, the 27-year-old urged those who are around the place of the memorial to show their love and support by posting their images and employing the hashtag with the words "ForTheLoveOfBeth." She wrote:
"#ForTheLoveofBeth On June 26, 2020, Cecily B Chapman will be hosting a 1 year remembrance of her beloved Mom Beth Chapman! #fortheloveofbeth."
Hundreds of fans showed their love via their comments. Some could not help but notice how much time has gone by since Beth's death.
The deceased passed away a year ago after her battle with cancer. Her daughter has expressed her grief to reporters and admitted that although she misses her late mother, she's trying to live with her absence.
The two lovebirds, Duane and Frane, seem to have been united by their grief and are willing to give love a second chance.
Duane Chapman, who adopted his wife's daughter after he tied the knot with Beth in 2006, has not been mute on the tragedy his family suffered.He told a news source that his family was not prepared for Beth's demise and that at first, his wife was certain she could beat the disease.
When her faith started to deteriorate, she still ensured to check on every member of the family by asking if they were all doing okay.
Before the first anniversary of his wife's death, Duane announced that he's found love again as he shared news of his engagement with his girlfriend, Francie Frane. The proposal was made in the onscreen star's residence in Colorado.
Frane has maintained that the proposal came as a shock after a few months of being in a relationship with the "Dog the Bounty Hunter" actor.
Her husband, Bob, also passed away after suffering from cancer. The two lovebirds, Duane and Frane, seem to have been united by their grief and are willing to give love a second chance.