Cancer-free Beth Chapman looks stunning in a flower jacket as she shares a beautiful smiling photo

May 03, 2018
03:48 P.M.
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Beth Chapman has indeed beaten cancer and her recent photos have shown us just that. Things are looking up for her health wise and fans are happy!


The past year has not been easy for Beth and Duane “Dog” Chapman when she was diagnosed with a throat cancer. But one of her recent photos on Instagram clearly shows that she is in good health and is glowing.


She posted a snap of herself and an old good friend, Jesse James. In the photo, she wore a flower jacket while smiling for the cam. She appeared contented and happy. On the caption, she wrote:

“Had a chance to hang out with an ol friend while in Austin last night @popeofwelding good times! Looking forward to that Gun your (sic) making me boo!”

Most of the followers were glad that she is okay now while others also commented how good it was to see Jesse, once a famous TV personality. Some comments included:

“Love you my Sister. I hope you Enjoyed. I live in Texas !❤”


“Love to watch Jessie miss his shows”

“Beth you’re so beautiful I’m a fan!!”

“Love the jacket Beth! I just love you and your family.. I’m so glad you are healthy!”


On an A&E special titled Dog & Beth: Fight of Their Lives, the Chapmans chronicled Beth’s battle against cancer. She had a 13-hour cancer removal surgery to remove the T2 tumor in her throat. Dog shared with the cameras when the pathology report came after the surgery:

“There is a God. This could be a miracle. This could be a healing. (The doctor) said if I wasn’t such a good husband it wouldn’t have worked out that great. Oh, I can breathe. Beth Chapman, you did it."

Beth herself was determined to fight the cancer and with the help from extended family, friends, and prayer, the 50-year-old reality was able to kick cancer’s butt. She also disclosed how it has brought her family even closer together.

“We cannot let this experience tear us apart. We need to bring us together. If this is the worst of it, then all it can be is better.”