DOG The Bounty Hunter has gushed over his youngest son Garry Chapman as he shares a rare picture of the 19-year-old.
Dog and his late wife Beth welcomed Garry in 2001 but the teen has stayed out of the public eye, and did not appear on their former TV show.
However, Dog regrammed a recent picture Garry shared on his Instagram page, and added in the comments: “Francie and I love you Garry Boy, and we’re so proud of you.”
Garry’s picture showed him riding a horse and wearing a cowboy hat.
He captioned the snap: “No matter how bad things are, just keep going; keep the same past, don’t let anything get in your way.
“Speed up when you can but done everything slow down. If you do that, you’ll never be stoped. (sic.)”
Garry, who lives in Colorado, was Beth and Dog’s youngest son, and he paid tribute to his late mom several months after she died, admitting he often forgot that she was no longer in his life.
Alongside a picture of him with mom Beth, he wrote: “I find myself navigating though my phone wondering why I’ve not gotten a text from you some times.
“It’s been one of those days.”
Beth died in June 2019 after a long battle with cancer.
Dog – real name Duane Chapman – has since found love again with a new woman and his family have given him their blessing, The Sun revealed, with the pair now engaged to be married.
In exclusive pictures Dog smiles into the camera as he poses with his arm around fiance Francie Frane, a 51-year-old rancher from Colorado.
Dog’s daughter Lyssa Chapman and close family friend Rainy Robinson told The Sun the reality star is head over heels for Francie – and say they couldn’t be happier for the new couple.
The couple had been dating for a few months when Dog dropped to one knee and proposed.
The pair have moved in with each other and have been spending quarantine living at Dog’s house – and say they can’t wait to bring all their family together for their big day.
And the reality star says he’s so happy he wants to have the “biggest wedding there’s ever been” open to all his fans, in what he says will be “one hell of a party.”
Describing the romantic proposal, Francie said: “I wasn’t expecting it at all.”
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