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Dog The Bounty Hunter's Son Garry Chapman Has A New Girlfriend

Suzanne Rothberg
Duane 'The Dog' Chapman
Duane 'The Dog' Chapman

Duane 'The Dog' Chapman's youngest son, Garry introduced his new girlfriend to the world over the holidays in an Instagram post.

Over the holidays, the Dog's Most Wanted star, 18, shared a quick slideshow of two photos of him and his new love interest posing together. "It was always you, wait what," he captioned the post.

Fans on Instagram commented:

"Right on Gary, (sic) happy holidays brother," another wrote.

"Happy for you Garry Boy," someone said.

"Wait, what? Does Garry Boy have a girlfriend? I hope so!! She's adorable and you two look pretty cute together!! I hope you have a great Christmas," another fan commented.

"Your mama want you to be happy. The greatest gift you can give your mama is to be happy," someone else said, referencing Garry's late mother Beth Chapman, who died in late June at the age of 51 after a battle with cancer.

"Nothing makes a Mother happier than when her son is happy!" another said.


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Duane 'The Dog' Chapman and his late wife Beth
Duane 'The Dog' Chapman and his late wife Beth

Garry was previously dating a different woman back in August. The woman had shared a photo of herself and Chapman at a preseason NFL game, captioning it, "I love being yours." Chapman commented, "Aww baby," while his half-sister, Lyssa Chapman, also left a comment praising Chapman's ex for being a Seattle Seahawks fan. That Instagram post has since been removed.

Chapman hadn't posted since November when he shared a photo of himself posing with his father and other bounty hunters in Colorado Springs. He has posted several tribute posts to Beth in the wake of her passing, including a video full of old Dog the Bounty Hunter clips of him growing up with Dog and Beth as his parents.

Garry Posted A Video of His Late Mother Beth

Duane 'The Dog' Chapman and Beth
Duane 'The Dog' Chapman and Beth

Garry posted a photo of his mom and captioned it, "These past few years you have stressed to be strong now I know why you always told me to. You knew that one day soon I would need the strength to bear your loss," Chapman wrote.

"I just had to watch the goodbye episode [of Dog's Most Wanted] for my mom. Sometimes it sucks living such a public life, but it has it moments; I’m able to look back on things like this. I love you Mom," he finished.

RIP Beth Chapman

Dog The Bounty Hunter Beth Chapman
Dog The Bounty Hunter Beth Chapman

Garry wrote another post on his Instagram in memory of his Mom Beth. It featured a throwback photo of Chapman posing with Beth before her death. Beth died of stage II throat cancer.

"I find myself navigating through my phone wondering why I've not gotten a text from you some times. It's been one of those days," he wrote in the heartbreaking caption.

The family is still mourning the loss of their matriarch Beth.

Dog spoke to reporters when Beth's death was announced.

“It’s terrible, the most terrible time in someone’s life,” he told Hawaii News Now alongside his two daughters. “You kind of try to remember that you’re celebrating life, but right now we’re mourning the death, so it’s not good.”

RIP Beth Chapman. Gone...but not forgotten.