Duane 'Dog' Chapman & Fiancée Francie Frane Delight Fans with This Radiant Photo — See Comments
Duane “Dog” Chapman and his fiancée Francie Frane showed off their unique bond in a new loved-up photo shared on Instagram. Fans serenaded the couple with sweet words in the comments section.
Duane “Dog” Chapman and his fiancée Francie Frane are growing love, and a recent social media post is all the proof we need. Yesterday, Frane took to Instagram to celebrate their return from Dallas.
The lovebirds shared a cute photo of them in a warm embrace at the airport. Chapman and his woman matched in coordinating black outfits. The bounty hunter wore a black bomber jacket with leather patches paired with black pants.
Frane rocked black leggings with a short-sleeved top. She styled her blonde hair to the back with frizzy curls. The soon-to-be bride explained in the caption that they had a swell time in Dallas thanks to the Sojourn Church.
Last September, Chapman dished about his first bounty hunt with his fiancée, praising her for being a natural.
Fans were immediately swooned by the couple’s show of love and flooded the comments section with lovely remarks, praising them for looking cute. One fan asked if the duo had gotten married, while another user wrote:
“You guys look wonderful and glad you found one another.”
Frane and Chapman got engaged in May 2020, 10 months after the “Dog the Bounty Hunter” star lost his wife Beth Chapman to throat cancer in June 2019. He popped the question during quarantine in their Colorado home.
The 68-year-old organized a romantic candle-lit dinner to ask for Frane’s hand in marriage. Months after their surprise engagement, the duo opened up about their unique love story in an exclusive interview with ET Online.
The pair bonded over their shared loss of their partners. Frane had reportedly lost her husband Bob, an excavator, to cancer six months before Beth passed. Frane revealed that she didn’t know Duane until a friend tried to set them up.
However, she refused, calling it a silly idea. Months later, she heard a voicemail call on her late husband’s phone, and it turned out to be Chapman, looking to hire an excavator. She returned the call, having no idea it was the bounty hunter.
Once they began discussing, they realized that they were both grieving their partners. They bonded over their shared pain and comforted each other in ways nobody did, with Chapman saying he knew it was love instantly.Last September, Chapman dished about his first bounty hunt with his fiancée, praising her for being a natural. He said that the 51-year-old rancher knew how to investigate flawlessly and fit right into the family business.