Dog says he ‘misses’ late wife Beth hours before he proposes to new girlfriend Moon on Dr. Oz Show – The Sun

DOG The Bounty Hunter took to Instagram to share his memories of late wife Beth Chapman – a day before he proposed to new girlfriend Moon on TV.

In the throwback snap, Dog – real name Duane – leans in for a kiss with Beth, as the two of them stand on a sound stage together.

“I sure miss you today!!" he captioned the snap, posted on February 2, a day before his appearance on The Dr Oz Show aired, in which he got down on one knee in front of the show audience.

The reality star's wife of Beth died in June 2019 after a battle with cancer, and he is now dating her best friend Moon Angell, who happily stood next to Beth as maid of honor in her 2006 wedding to the former bail bondsman.

However, viewers saw her reject Dog's marriage proposal.

The rumored couple went on the show to clear the air about their relationship and it seems like a wedding is not in their plans.

After Dog revealed Beth had wanted him to be happy if she passed away, the 67-year-old turned to Moon, who was sitting next to him and popped the question.

He said: "And I didn't tell you I was going to do this, but this is The Dr. Oz Show. I think this will put a stop to a lot of this. Moon Angell, will you marry me?"

Moon, in shock, quickly turned to Dog and asked: "What?!" It also seemed like she was about to utter the word "no" before holding herself back.

During the interview, Dog also cleared the air about their living arrangments and intimate life.

He first talked about how, although he does have the need for sex, he doesn't want it and he's certainly not intimate with Moon in that way.

This, of course, brought up the question of Moon being in his bed, to which he responded that everyone in the house spends time in his room.

But he praised Moon for saving his life, admitting he had considered death by suicide.

He told fans that Moon's "brutal honesty" stopped him from going through with it, with Moon adding that she knew he just needed to "get going, [get] back on the show, get him busy again".

If you or someone you know is affected by any of the issues raised in this story, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-TALK (8255) or text Crisis Text Line at 741741.

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