Dog the Bounty Hunter Weds Francie Frane Amid Family Drama


Dog the Bounty Hunter and Francie Frane are officially husband and wife!

The wedding, which took place on Thursday, takes place two years after the death of bounty hunter Beth Chapman’s wife.

Dog, real name Duane Chapman, said E! of their wedding: “Francie and I are thrilled to be husband and wife. We appreciate all prayers and good wishes.”

Fans have been on the wedding watch since late last month when the couple picked up a marriage certificate in Colorado.

Their “I dos” came with some drama when two of his daughters, Cecily and Bonnie, revealed that they had not been invited.

Cecily and Bonnie recently told TMZ that they had no idea why they were being snubbed, but they believe it is because of their resemblance to late mother Beth, who died of throat cancer in 2019.

The girls found that they have no problems with Frane.

In response to Cecily and Bonnie’s revelation that they weren’t invited, Dog and Francie told the outlet, “We love Cecily and Bonnie very much, as we do our whole family. We pray every day for their health and happiness. Beyond this statement, we would like to keep all family matters secret. “

Last year, Dog Francie asked the question at his Colorado home. She told The Sun, “I wasn’t expecting this at all. I think I went to get something to eat and when I got back he turned all the lights down, just turned on a few lights and lit a few candles. When I walked in, I thought, ‘Wow, that’s great.’ Then he said: ‘Come in, sit down, because I have to talk to you.’ “

She continued, “So I put all of the food in the kitchen and I came in and he said, ‘I know God brought you into my life and I don’t want to spend a moment without you.’ And he got on one knee and opened the ring box and said, ‘Are you going to marry me and spend the rest of our lives together?’ Who can say no to that? It was wonderful.”

Duane noted that he wanted to have “the biggest wedding ever” and added that it was going to be “one hell of a good party.”

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