‘Dog the Bounty Hunter’ Chapman’s daughter Bonnie reveals he will never remarry after wife Beth's death: 'No one can replace her in his heart'
The 20-year-old was reportedly answering a fan when he asked if Dog would ever remarry during an AMA session on her Instagram
Duane "Dog The Bounty Hunter" Chapman will not remarry after losing his wife of nearly 13 years, Beth Chapman last month.
According to Beth Chapman’s daughter, Bonnie Chapman, her dad will never move on with another woman, Hollywood Life reported.
The 20-year-old was reportedly answering a fan when he asked if Dog would ever remarry during an AMA session on her Instagram story Monday.
“Nope, he found his soulmate,” she said in response. “No one can replace her in his heart. Their love was one of a kind, it made me believe love truly exists.”
Beth succumbed to stage II throat cancer and died on June 26 aged 51. At the time, Dog announced her passing by saying "she hiked the stairway to heaven."
Bonnie had paid tribute to her mother earlier this week at the memorial service held in Colorado. “I’ve never imagined I would lose my mom at 20. I never imagined walking down the aisle without her or her not judging my dress. I never imagined a life without her, it’s really tough now being without her,” she was quoted as saying by People magazine.
“I lost my rock. I never imagined having to write a speech like this, to the most beautiful woman who ever lived. I would never lose footage of my mother, there will always be another video, another episode, another clip,” she shared, referring to the widely successful family series.
“I’m so thankful she was able to share her life and our family’s life with all of you,” Bonnie told mourners. “The world isn’t going to be the same without my mother. My family has been so tough, my father has been doing an amazing job. Beth Chapman will never be forgotten and I can say that with confidence.”
Dog took the stage after his daughter and spoke for nearly 30 minutes in his wife's memory.
“I cannot believe that she’s gone,” he said. “This is not possible, I want to wake up from a dream.”
“She will never be dead to me. She is in another place,” Dog continued. “I’m gonna get to heaven and make her so proud. She’s gonna say like she said here, ‘That’s my man right there, that’s big daddy right there.’"
The doting husband also gave advice to couples and those in relationships attending the service.
“If you’re beefin’ with your old lady, stop and kiss her right now. Because you’re gonna feel so bad when he or her are not with you anymore,” he said.
“It is one of the worst feelings a man or woman could ever have. I’m telling you,” he emphasized. “I’ve never felt this bad, I’m sad. I didn’t want to do a celebration of life because I’m sad. I miss her so much.”