Just before the family made Beth's condition public, Bonnie shared a tender snapshot of her parents together. The two are shown snuggling up in a restaurant as Duane plants a kiss on his wife's cheek as she smiles.
Bonnie simply captioned the photo with two red heart emojis.
On Instagram, Bonnie clarified that the shot was captured on July 18, 2018. She then added a brief statement to update her followers on the situation.
"If you haven't heard, my mother is in an induced coma," she wrote. "Please keep her in your thoughts and prayers."
Lord please take complete control in Beth’s life no suffering father 🙏🏽I ask you lord to give the family the strength to go through whatever the situation is🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽— Tricia Gucci (@TriciaGucci1) June 23, 2019
Bonnie and Dog.. Very saddened by this. I so enjoy your episodes. This situation is more important to me..prayers to you both. To Beth for a quick recovery!!— Eric Ford (@EricFor72108120) June 23, 2019
I hope your doing well too Dog. That this hasn't brought your faith down. Huge hugs hugs to you 2!! Love ya from NH.
Big Hugs hun your mum is a lovely lady I have always wanted to meet her I always think of her as auntie lol you need to keep strong for your mom cause she will need you when she wakes up hun in my prayers always 🙏❤🤗x— Michelle Harris (@MGShell) June 23, 2019
The latest update on Beth is that she is in a medically induced coma at Queen's Medical Center's ICU in Honolulu. The Chapman family has asked for prayers during this time.
In their statement shared with Hawaii News Now, the Chapmans “humbly ask everyone to please pray for Beth," and offer their "sincere thanks to everyone for their prayers throughout Beth’s battle with cancer.”