They have a lot to celebrate this year! Last year, former reality TV couple Duane “Dog the Bounty Hunter” Chapman and his wife Beth Chapman were in for the fight of their lives after Beth was diagnosed with Stage 2 throat cancer. But thankfully, Beth got a second chance at life after she beat cancer and her husband remained by her side throughout the entire ordeal. So, she took to Instagram on Friday, Feb. 2 to gush over her hubby in a very sweet birthday tribute.
“Happy Birthday To My Big Daddy [sic]…65 never looked so good,” the 50-year-old wrote on Instagram. “[Duane] you’ve been an amazing friend husband and father to our kids a wonderful and doting grandfather. I wish you happiness on this day, [wishes] of love and lots of celebration for a man who’s given so much to so many. May all your friends and family be close to show you how much they love you! But no one will ever love you as much as me!”
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Happy Birthday To My Big Daddy ..65 never looked so good @duanedogchapman you’ve been an amazing friend husband and father to our kids a wonderful and doting grandfather I wish you happiness on this day wish’s of love and lots of celebration for a man who’s given so much to so many may all your friends and family be close to show you how much they love you ! But no one will ever love you as much as me! 💋🐾🐾🌹 #dogandbeth #birthdayboy
Fans flooded the comments section to wish Duane a happy birthday too, but many of them couldn’t help but compliment Beth too on how great she looks after her battle with cancer. “Beth [may] I just say you look more beautiful then you [ever] have, stay strong,” one fan wrote, and another commented, “You guys are so cute together, and Beth you are so beautiful.”
Beth also shared another photo from Duane’s birthday weekend, which included a couples’ hike. “Manoa falls it was heavenly today,” Beth wrote on Instagram.
The couple starred on their show Dog the Bounty Hunter on A&E for eight seasons and the last episode premiered in 2012, but they returned to the network last November for the special Dog and Beth: Fight of their Lives to document Beth’s cancer journey, and she exclusively revealed to In Touch that she is currently cancer-free.