'Dog The Bounty Hunter' Star Duane Chapman Marks 12th Wedding Anniversary Getting A Tattoo Of His Wife

News by Joey Jordan Published on 25 May,2018 Updated on 25 May,2018

Dog The Bounty Hunters Star Duane Chapman Gets His Wife Name Tattooed On His Chest Marking 12th Wedding Anniversary

  • Dog the Bounty Hunter alums Duane Chapman and Beth Chapman have celebrated their 12th wedding anniversary.
  • The former reality star Duane got his wife's name tattooed on his chest on the occasion of their 12th year of nuptial.
  • Beth Chapman, 50, shared a snap revealing her name on Duane's chest on Instagram on 24th May.
  • The couple shares two children; Garry Champman, and Bonnie Champman in their twelve-year-long marriage.

What a way to mark 12th anniversary!

Dog the Bounty Hunters star Duane Chapman and Beth Chapman have celebrated their 12th wedding anniversary. The former reality star, Duane, 65 inked his wife's first name on his chest marking the day.

Beth, 50, took to her Instagram on Thursday, 24th May to share the snap of her husband revealing her name right above his heart. "Seriously dedicated ! Love this guy @duanedogchapman," Beth captioned the picture.

Many of their fans expressed their love and support for the couple immediately in the comment. One of the commenters said, "I love this so much," while another wrote,

You both are a perfect match. Dog treats you so well, especially helping you from your surgery. You both are awesome.

Duane and Beth tied the knot on May 20, 2006, at a Hilton hotel on Waikoloa Village in Hawaii. The couple shares two children; Garry Champman, and Bonnie Champman together.

The pair first met in 1986 when Beth was just 19. They had an on and off relationship throughout the 90s while Duane also got married to his third wife, Tawny Marie.

CAPTION: Duane Chapman and Beth Chapman celebrated their 12th wedding anniversary SOURCE: Zimbio

Beth Chapman was diagnosed with the stage 2 throat cancer in last September which she told was heartbreaking for her entire family. Just a week after her diagnosis, Beth underwent surgery at Cedars Sinai in Los Angeles to remove the tumor in her throat.