DUANE “Dog” Chapman’s daughter Lyssa has treated fans to a stunning bikini snap while soaking up the sun in her native Hawaii.
The 32-year-old – who has lived in Hawaii since she was a child – recently returned to the beach for the first time since lockdown.
In the sizzling picture, Lyssa is modelling a striped bikini set, sunglasses and a cap.
Alongside the snap, she wrote: “I have called Hawai’i home since I was 6 years old, and I have never seen Oahu’ waters so clear and beautiful. We have made a few trips to west side this week, and it’s been amazing and powerful.
“Seeing Kama’āina and Kanaka who work their butts off just to keep a roof over their heads, and feed their Keiki to be able to enjoy their oceans, crowd-less beaches, with only OHANAS, community members, local TRAFFIC, smiles, uncles, aunties,tutus, bad ass body-boarding boys, and tons of bikinis, surf boards, and Tacoma’s; was freaking awesome.
“I know the people of Hawai’i are struggling, but today… for a minute we forgot about our bills,our problems, and our government because they opened our beaches 🎊.
“Seeing the (TRUE) people of Hawai’i, be able to exhale for a moment and celebrate their 🎓 graduates and small freedoms was a reprieve! Let’s continue to hold on and support our communities. #AlohaTogether #GrowLove #Classof2020 #localhaole.”
Fans were quick to gush over the bikini snap, with one writing: “Stunning 💖.”
A second added: “Always beautiful ❤️❤️❤️.”
Lyssa recently defended her father after he had moved on from his late wife Beth and decided to marry Francie Frane.
In an exclusive interview with The Sun, Lyssa said her dad and his new love are “really cute” together and the 51-year-old fits in with the family perfectly.
She told The Sun her dad’s relationship may give inspiration to other widows and widowers that they can find love again.
But she admits it may be difficult for fans to see her famous father embark on a new relationship since Beth died from cancer last June.
Lyssa said: “I think that it’s really hard for people to see dad move on.
“It’s hard for us, it’s hard for the world. Beth and Dog were always together for everything. So it’s been an adjustment period.”
She continued: “And I think it’s kind of selfish for people to kind of on-look and say things – even myself.
“I am not him. I don’t know what he’s personally going through or experiencing. So it’s hard.
“It’s selfish to put your judgment on someone and say, ‘You didn’t wait long enough, or you should have waited more time or that it’s disrespectful’.”
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