Duane "Dog the Bounty Hunter" Chapman took to Instagram to publicly honor his late wife on what would have been their 14th anniversary.
"She said Big Daddy your going to be so sad when I am not here on our next anniversary why did she have to be so right??" he captioned a photo of himself and Beth Chapman on Instagram on Wednesday.
Beth passed away in June 2019 at the age of 51 following a battle with throat cancer.
The tribute came just one day after Dog posted a sentimental photo of his 23-year-old daughter Barbara Katy Chapman, who died in a car accident in Alaska on the eve of his 2006 wedding to Beth.
"15 years ago today My Barbara Katie went to be w/ JESUS," he captioned the photo of his daughter holding up her son, Travis.
"She's with mom now," Dog's daughter, Cecily B. Chapman, replied in the comments section, referring to Beth.
Dog has 12 children from different relationships.
Earlier this month, the reality TV star announced that he had gotten engaged to Francie Frane. This will be his sixth marriage.
In April, Dog posted a photo of Francie, while also referencing his late wife.
"I scream & Cry Beth where are you why did you leave me then I look up & see you Francie & the pain turns to a smile I LOVE YOU WOMAN !!" he captioned the snap.
Duane and Francie — who lost her husband to cancer six months before Beth died — have yet to set a wedding date, but he has hinted that he might invite fans to the ceremony.
"I hope I can talk Francie into it and open it to my fans, the Dog Pound, to everybody," Duane said. "It would be one hell of a party and it's just what people need right now. I told Francie, people, they need a little love after being locked down. I love the idea of that."
While some have criticized the widow and widower — who went public with their romance on Instagram in April — for moving too fast, they say they know they're on the right path. "You know there's always going to be haters, and I probably arrested half of them," Dog quipped.