Beth Chapman, from Dog the Bounty Hunter, shared a photo of her husband's chest tattoo as he admitted how scary it was to find out that his wife had cancer.
The 50-year-old mother took to her Instagram on Wednesday to show all her friends, fans and followers that she had a very dedicated husband. The picture that Beth posted depicted her name tattooed on Duane's chest.
The soft but clearly visible ink could be seen in the bounty hunters' skin and Beth couldn't be prouder of having such a loving man as a partner. In the Instagram post, Beth revealed how she still loved him after all these years.
The couple has been together for 30 years, and during that time they've faced many ups and downs, including the death of their daughter, Barbara Katy Chapman, in 2006 following a car accident.
But recently, they hit another bump in the road; Beth was diagnosed with a stage 2 throat cancer in September of 2017, and in order to fight the disease, she underwent treatment and a surgery to remove the tumor.
The whole process was very stressful and drained most of Beth and Duane's energy. Their struggle was closely followed by A&E and fans were able to see everything in the network's special, Dog and Beth: Fight of Their Lives.
In the documentary, Duane was shown in a brand new light; usually known as a very tough man, he was reduced to tears when the thought of having to live the rest of his life without Beth crossed his mind.
Fortunately, Beth, who was given a 50/50 chance of survival, managed to come out on top and be declared cancer-free, but the feelings and emotions that both husband and wife felt will never be forgotten.
During an interview with People, upon learning that Beth had beaten cancer, Duane confessed that he would love her forever because he had made a pledge to do so in 'sickness and in health' till death do them part.