Will Dog The Bounty Hunter Ever Remarry After Beth Chapman’s Death? – His Daughter Bonnie Weighs In
Bonnie Chapman, daughter of Dog the Bounty Hunter, is getting real about whether or not her father will ever remarry again.
It has been less than one month since Beth Chapman died. The family said their final goodbye this past weekend at a second memorial service in Colorado. Duane Chapman had the most beautiful eulogies at both of Beth's funerals, making it crystal clear she was the great love of his life.
Since Beth succumbed to throat cancer at the end of June, Dog has been struggling. He admitted to losing almost 20 pounds since she passed away. Duane also shared he keeps Beth's ashes on a table next to their bed, so she is always close to him.
Life will eventually move on for Dog, and his daughter Bonnie opened up about the possibility of the reality TV star getting married again.
"Nope, he found his soulmate. No one can replace her in his heart. Their love was one of a kind, it made me believe love truly exists," Bonnie said in an Instagram Q&A with fans.
Bonnie and her brother Gary are the only two biological children of Dog and Beth. They each had children before getting married, making their blended family a total of 12 children. It is a complicated family history, but the Chapmans are standing together amid the loss of their beloved matriarch.
Since her mother's death, Bonnie has shared several tributes to Beth. One fan asked her during the Q&A how she has been holding up, especially now that both services are over.
"Just remembering that cancer can no longer hurt her. She's no longer in pain and finally feels normal again. I do miss her like crazy," Bonnie answered.
Bonnie Chapman is confident her 66-year-old father, Dog the Bounty Hunter will never get married again. Beth Chapman was the one and only for Duane Chapman.
Although both Dog and Beth had a complex history before meeting and falling in love, their story is one for the books. Anyone who has followed their journey on their various reality TV shows, as well as social media know the two completed each other. They were relationship goals, and proof true love does still exist, it just might take a while to find it.
Dog is slowly learning to live life without his beloved wife, best friend, and crime hunting partner Beth but he will never move on from her.