After hearing the news that Beth Chapman was placed in a medically induced coma, her family has rushed to be by her side and support her. On Saturday, June 22, the star’s husband, Duane “Dog” Chapman, asked fans for prayers for his wife. The next day, he shared an article from Hawaii News Now confirming that she had been admitted to the ICU at Queen’s Medical Center in Honolulu. Now, the Dog the Bounty Hunter kids are all sharing their own thoughts, prayers and updates with fans.

On Instagram and Twitter, Beth, 51, is being honored with photos posted by her kids and “bonus” kids, which is what she calls her step-children. On Saturday, June 22, her daughter, Bonnie Jo Chapman, posted a photo of her parents embracing, captioning it with hearts. In the pic, Duane, 66, can be seen kissing his wife as she beams at the camera. Leland Chapman shared a photo of himself and his step-mom together on Sunday, the 23rd, though he let the post speak for itself. Even Lyssa Chapman joined in despite the fact that she and Beth have been publicly feuding over the past few weeks, sharing a throwback of her with her step-mom.

Bonnie gave fans even more insight into the situation on her Instagram Story. “I’ll give updates when I can,” she shared as she flew out to see her mom. “[Four and a half] hours until I can do so.” Later, she posted, “Garry and I are landing right now,” and once she got to the hospital, she let her followers know that there simply wasn’t a lot to know. “There’s not much of an update I can give,” she admitted. “I can say she’s getting good care. I know you guys wanted more, but y’know it’s a coma, [not] much can be updated.”

Screenshots of Bonnie Chapman's Instagram Story As She Takes Off, Lands, and Visits Her Mom in Hospital
Courtesy of Bonnie Jo Chapman/Instagram

For now, we’re sending all our well wishes Beth’s way, as well as our love and support to her family. In the past, the reality star has credited her family with helping her get through her battle with cancer. Now, we’re hoping that their support at her bedside will continue to give her strength.

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