Bonnie Chapman, the daughter of Duane "Dog the Bounty Hunter" and Beth Chapman, recently shared a new selfie on social media, and she looks gorgeous.
On December 11, Bonnie uploaded on Instagram a charming snap of herself after her apartment had flooded. In the caption, she wrote that she decided to do some makeup to make her feel better.
"Boy did it help!" the 21-year-old beauty added. "I was super happy to receive the colourpop x hello kitty palette in the mail, I decided it was the perfect time to test this bad boy out!"
In the picture, Bonnie framed her eyes with long lashes. She highlighted them with purple, pink, and white eyeshadow. She is even smiling in the photo that garnered over four thousand likes.
Meanwhile, Bonnie had to have stitches after cutting her thumb recently. She also had to return from the hospital early as her home was flooded with water.
In May, Bonnie defended her father Duane from critics after the latter shared the news of his engagement to Francie Frane. Their engagement came only ten months after Beth's death.
"My father has gone through so much this past year without my mother," Bonnie wrote on social media. "It's been extremely difficult to see one parent pass, and the other so intent on following."
Bonnie went on to explain that her mother would be happy her dad is in love and finding peace.
Bonnie added that her father deserves to be happy and that he still got her mother's name on his chest. She pointed out that her dad will never forget her mom.
Bonnie went on to explain that her mother would be happy her dad is in love and finding peace. She also said that life has never been easy for her father, but that love comes naturally to him.
In April, Bonnie revealed that she was an essential worker at a grocery store in Colorado amid the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic. She stuck up for her dad's new relationship with Francie.
Duane recently honored Beth on what would have been her 53rd birthday. He took to social media to share a photo of his late wife. In the caption, the reality star said that they miss her so much.
Beth, who became a licensed bail bondsman at age 29, was diagnosed with throat cancer in 2017. Her cancer diagnosis was documented in the A&E special "Dog & Beth: Fight of Their Lives."
Beth was declared cancer-free after undergoing surgery, during which doctors removed a plum-sized tumor along with her lymph nodes. But the cancer had returned, and she passed away in June 2019.