February 10, 2021
Duane Chapman, also known as Dog, took to Instagram to share a selfie with his fiancé Francie Frane to complement their church for the Sunday service they attended.
Sharing a selfie of him with his fiancé Francie Frane to his social media feed, Duane Dog Chapman only had good things to say about the Sunday service they attended at Legacy Church Nashville.
Dog and Frane went to the worship service that included Dante Bowe and had a very positive experience, so much so that the reality television star wanted to encourage his followers to attend the service if they were in the area.
PRAISE AND WORSHIP
Dog praised the worship session in the caption of his post, while the photo showed him sporting his signature blond locks and sports glasses with a silver chain around his neck, hugging his fiancé from behind.
Frane was wearing a grey sweater with her short blond hair and a "Francie" necklace showing. Chapman couldn't stop complimenting the church, saying:
We spent Sunday morning at their AMAZING worship service with Dante Bowe ! If your in the Nashvillle area check it out.
DOWN THE AISLE
Chapman got down on one knee to ask for Frane's hand in marriage in May 2020, just short of a year after the "Dog the Bounty Hunter"'s wife of 12 years, Beth, died after a two-year-long battle with cancer.
The church may have been Chapman and Frane's first date, but the two have kept it a part of their relationship.
Although not being open to marrying again after losing his wife, it seems as though the reality television star has come around and will be walking down the aisle for the 6th time. He has been married five times before.
THEIR LOVE STORY
The couple shares a unique story of how they met. Chapman phoned Frane's late husband's number searching for an excavator, not knowing that he had passed away. When Frane called him back, the two bonded over their losses.
Dog cut right to the chase and asked his now-fiancé on a date. The two went to church together and hit it off from there. This happened ten months after Chapman had lost Beth. In an interview, Frane elaborated about the new relationship saying:
“We understood the pain that the other one was feeling and (in) those tough days and moments, we helped each other stand up."
Not only have Chapman and Frane bonded over their loss, but they have also become each other's partners. Dog and Frane both took to Instagram last year to share their Thanksgiving photos.
What would usually be a challenging time of the year after losing a loved one has become considerably more comfortable for the couple as they have each other to lean on when the going gets tough.
With his 12 children and fiancé, Dog can't help but be a happy man. The church may have been Chapman and Frane's first date, but the two have kept it a part of their relationship.
A tremendous loss such as that which Chapman and Frane have experienced may cause an immense amount of grief and sadness, but as they have proven, it can also be cause for joy in bringing people together.