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Beth Chapman has 'the best grandson of all times'. And she shares a photo to prove it

Beth Chapman has 'the best grandson of all times'. And she shares a photo to prove it

The reality television star revealed one of the people who supported her through her cancer battle by posting a picture of him on social media. A grandson of her husband was photographed shopping with her.

The caption that Beth Chapman wrote revealed the bond she had with him and how much he loved his grandmother. The image was posted on 5 December 2017.

Since being diagnosed with cancer last summer, Duane “Dog” Chapman’s wife, Beth Chapman, 50, has had to rely on those close to her. On Tuesday the star praised one family member who had gone above and beyond to support her.

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Beth posted a photo on Instagram of Dog’s 22-year-old grandson, Dakota, holding her purse. The pair appeared to be shopping at a Costco.

Dakota showed off his tattoos in a casual black tank top, shorts and black loafers with white socks.

‘Seriously the best grandson of all times @dakotadog808 you know he loves his Grandma when he's not afraid to carry my purse.’

Beth Chapman, Instagram, December 5, 2017

Beth used the hashtag ‘chiracahua’ in her caption which is a special term that the Chapman family uses. Dog is a descendant of Chiricahua Native Americans, and he explained on their recent A&E special, that when they did something prideful, they always said “Chiricahua.”

In fact, when Beth first woke up from her life-saving cancer surgery, the first word out of her mouth was “Chiricahua.” Dakota was one of the key figures standing by to support Beth during her agonizing cancer battle in both Beth and Dog's huge extended family.

She's a Proud Grandma!

Posted by Entertainment Daily US on Wednesday, December 6, 2017

She's a Proud Grandma!

Posted by Entertainment Daily US on Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Beth previously publicly questioned why Dog's daughter, Lyssa Chapman, didn't visit her in Los Angeles after her surgery. This led to the two exchanging words on social media.

But luckily Beth can put cancer in the past as she and Dog recently announced that her cancer was gone. The couple also revealed that they were getting out of the bounty hunting and bail bonds business.

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Despite their recent challenges, the family seems to be moving on with life. Beth delighted her fans by posting a photo last week.

In it, she looked very happy and healthy holding a kitten. She captioned that photo by saying that the kitten was her grand kitten and that it's as sweet as a plum.