Duane “Dog” Chapman and his fiancée Francie Frane show off their love in a new photo. The lovebirds stepped out to run errands and showcased some sweet PDA as they held hands.
Duane “Dog” Chapman and his fiancée Francie Frane are on cloud nine with their love and aren’t afraid to show it to the whole world. Over the weekend, the bounty hunter melted fans’ hearts with a touching photo of him and his woman stepping out to run some errands.
Chapman looked casual in a black shirt with folded sleeves, which he paired with black cargo pants and loafers. The “Dog the Bounty Hunter” star adorned his long blonde hair with some colorful beads and had on a pair of dark sunglasses with a white rim as he held hands with his lady.
Dog The Bounty Hunter Duane "Dog" Chapman at A&E Television Networks Upfront celebration held at Rockefeller Center April 21, 2005 in New York City | Photo: Getty Images
On the other hand, Frane put on a leggy display in denim shorts and a casual top with a cut-out at the shoulder area. She accessorized with a bag slung over her shoulder and held a cup of beverage while her curled hair framed her face.
Frane’s late husband Bob, an excavator, had passed away from cancer six months before Beth Chapman died.
The duo undoubtedly looked in love, and in the caption, the reality star urged fans to have a great weekend. Their public outing came about a week after Chapman opened up about his first bounty hunt with Frane during an interview with Dr. Oz. Gushing about his partner, the 67-year-old said:
“She’s a natural. She just fit right in. She started getting leads and writing them down. There’s more than just tracking and hunting. There’s the investigation behind the investigation.”
However, Chapman didn’t make it clear if fans would get to see her in his new series, “Dogs Most Wanted.” Fans may recall that Chapman and Frane got engaged in May, two months after they publicly confirmed their relationship.
Their unique love story stemmed from a shared experience of grief. According to reports, Frane’s late husband Bob, an excavator, had passed away from cancer six months before Beth Chapman died.
Due to their similar circumstances, a mutual friend tried to introduce the bounty hunter to Frane, but she refused. Days after the conversation, Frame received a call on Bob’s phone from a man looking for an excavator.
They wasted no time to progress to the next step of their relationship and currently await the ease of the lockdown before tying the knot. In a surprising twist, Frame, a former rancher and hunter, had no idea that her fiancé was a famous reality star before their encounter.
The bounty hunter's lover revealed that she only heard of him when Beth passed and wished he would get a haircut when she saw his picture. Little did she know that God would bring them together.