See How Lyssa Chapman Remembered Stepmom Beth on Her Daughter Madalynn's Birthday
Lyssa Chapman pays tribute to late stepmom Beth Chapman on her daughter’s birthday with a throwback photo of them in the labor room saying, "We miss Grandma."
Beth Chapman lives on in the hearts of her loved ones and her stepdaughter's recent post proves that. In the early hours of today, Lyssa Chapman, used her daughter, Madalynn’s birthday to honor and remember her late stepmom.
She did this through an Instagram post with a series of photos that showed Lyssa’s labor room experience with late Beth by her side while the rest of the Chapman clan encouraged her.
Beth Chapman passed away died last year in June at the age of 51 from stage 4 lung cancer after a long health battle.
In the caption, Baby Lyssa, as she is popularly known expressed how excited she was to remember that day before paying tribute to Beth saying, “ We miss GRANDMA sooo much.”
She recollected how Beth and stepsister Cecily helped her through giving birth on National TV before describing how proud she was of the day she became a mother to Madalynn.
Lyssa is no stranger to honoring her stepmother's legacy from time to time during special holidays and family moments. This was the case last December when the mother-of-two paid tribute to Beth on Instagram.
Although the post is now-deleted, ET Online notes that she wrote a touching message in the caption saying that "nothing was the same without Beth."
The publication reveals that Duane Chapman also discussed the family's plans for the holidays amid Beth's demise. The "Dog the Bounty Hunter" opened up about how Beth’s daughters were “struggling with the absence of their mum, who was well-known for instilling the spirit of Christmas in the family.
He recalled how Beth would make the family listen to Christmas songs two weeks before the holiday alongside other sweet memories.
According to CNN, Beth passed away died last year in June at the age of 51 from stage 4 lung cancer after a long health battle. She took her final breath in a Honolulu hospital after being placed in a medically induced coma.
Before her demise, Denver-born Beth and her husband were stars of their successful reality show, "Dog the Bounty Hunter," which showcased adventures of their family bounty hunting business.
On the show which aired from 2004 to 2012, Beth broke records becoming the youngest woman to ever get a bail license in her home state. Baby Lyssa later broke this record.
During her lifetime, the 51-year-old star raised 12 children between their two homes in Hawaii and Colorado and stood by her husband.
A month after she passed away, her husband recalled his last few moments with her in an interview. According to USA Today, Duane said that in the final moments before Beth was rushed to the hospital, she asked him to let her go.
He confessed that he had struggled to answer before he realized she could no longer breathe. Confessing how he was dealing with her loss, Duane explained that there was no way to be prepared for the loss of a loved one as "there'll never be another Beth."