Beth Chapman’s youngest daughter shared an emotional photo of the reality star as she fights for her life.
20-year-old Bonnie Chapman revealed the pic Tuesday night, showing her holding Beth’s hand while the star remains in a coma at The Queen’s Medical Center in Honolulu, Hawaii.
“So thankful to call you my mother,” the daughter of Beth and Dog the Bounty Hunter wrote.
Fans immediately gave their support to the bounty hunting family as they deal with they continue to pray for Beth to pull through.
“Beth pull thru!! You have your WHOLE family that needs you!! Your dog needs you!!!!” one message read.
Another follower wrote, “Oh, Bonnie, you make me cry. She knows you’re there holding her hand. I can see how proud of you she is from pictures. I think you are a wonderful daughter and she is so grateful for you and for your love. Put her in God’s hands. Hugs.”
Along with the photo of her cradling Beth’s hand, Bonnie also shared some photos of her mother, including during a recent graduation.
As we reported, Dog and the Chapman family are faced with some incredibly difficult decisions as they discuss the life support options for Beth while she remains in a coma.
Doctors have suggested a tracheotomy and feeding tube, explaining that she is just not getting enough oxygen on her own due to the blockage in her throat.
While she tries to battle back, Beth’s family is making sure she is comfortable and well-cared for, which included a full manicure while in the hospital.
Dog shared the photo earlier this week of his wife’s nails freshly glammed up, and wrote to fans, “You all know how she is about HER NAILS !!”
You all know how she is about HER NAILS !! pic.twitter.com/w8iWMYrWZd
— Duane Dog Chapman (@DogBountyHunter) June 25, 2019
The Chapman family have not left Beth’s side while she remains in the hospital, and Dog is also beginning to shoot down rumors that they have given up hope that she will be able to make a recovery.
“90% of what you’re hearing is fake news,” the star announced on Tuesday.
He promised an update would be given by the WGN America, the network slated to run their upcoming reality show, “Dog’s Most Wanted.”