Looking good, Beth Chapman! On Sunday, April 14, the Dog’s Most Wanted star was absolutely glowing in a new Instagram photo amid her cancer battle. “#PalmSunday #WGNAmerica #PalmTrees #DogsMostWanted #PalmSunday,” the blonde beauty captioned the photo of herself wearing a black shirt while she was sitting at a table. “Don’t forget the reason for the season.”

Of course, fans couldn’t help but point out how amazing Beth looked. One person wrote, “I love you, Beth!!! I’ve been a fan for a long time and love how badass and fabulous you are! Much love from AZ,” while another echoed, “Looking fantastic. Hope you’re doing great!” A third chimed in, writing, “You look beautiful, Beth. I hope you and your family have a blessed Palm Sunday. Love and prayers sent your way.”

Lately, the 51-year-old has been hanging out with her loved ones since she learned her throat cancer returned. On April 12, the reality starlet shared a cuddly photo with her cute pet. “Mama and Lola so much love for this girl,” she wrote on Twitter. “#WGNA #DMW #DogsMostWanted.”

Just a few days prior, Beth spent some much-needed time with her niece. “I just love this lil lady. She brings me so much joy,” Beth wrote in a heartfelt post on April 8. “She was a creeper n [sic] my dinner date last night and bounded up and surprised me with her beautiful smile and just unconditional love for her aunt BEFF. I can never say how much I needed her sweet lil smile and her infectious laugh.”

She added, “I don’t get to see my own grandkids very often, so she fills a big void in my heart. Thank you @ Mary Needham Carey and Kim Needham Van Horn for sharing this amazing beast with me. She truly lights up my life.”

It’s refreshing to see the Colorado native enjoying life since she was rushed to the hospital on Saturday, April 6, after she had trouble breathing amid her cancer battle. In Touch previously confirmed that Beth returned home the following day and seems to be on the mend.

Obviously, her hubby, Duane “Dog” Chapman, is there for her every step of the way. “She has told me repeatedly that if these are her last days on earth, she wants to spend every moment with me on the hunt, living life to the fullest and enjoying the time we have left together,” he told Daily Mail on March 27.

Live your best life, Beth! We’re here for it.

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