In the days following the death of Beth Chapman, it has been more evident than ever what a powerful leader and source of strength she was for her family.
Even though the reality star may be gone, her words of wisdom still live on, especially through her daughter who revealed the last bit of sage advice she was given.
20-year-old Bonnie Chapman shared the private moment over the weekend by revealing a text chain she had with her mother, literally days before Beth died.
While the two were texting back and forth over a tattoo the young girl had just received, Beth let her daughter know, “No pain no gain.”
The words may have not seemed monumental at the time, but less than a week after Beth sent that message, she was gone.
Bonnie revealed that the phrase was the “last words she ever said to me,” and could definitely be used to describe how Beth felt about her battle with cancer.
Beth even stopped her chemo treatments so that she could be a part of the WGN America production, and stressed to her husband how important it was to her that they get this show on the air before she left this world.
Dog and Beth’s only daughter together has been very open with fans about how she, and the family, are dealing with the huge hole the star left behind.
Along with sharing memories, Bonnie also revealed that fans have been asking for bits of Beth’s ashes as keepsakes … but unfortunately her remains are only being given to family members.
Beth died June 26, 2019 at The Queen’s Medical Center in Honolulu, HI.