DOG THE Bounty Hunter’s daughter-in-law Jamie Chapman showed off her weight loss in a crop top.
The stunning blonde also gave fans a glimpse of her assets with a bikini picture.
Jamie, 31, took to Instagram to share a bare-faced picture of herself as she showed off her incredible weight loss during the coronavirus quarantined.
Rocking a pair of black shorts and a grey crop top, the tattoo model playfully smiled at the camera as she bit her manicured fingertips.
Her hair was also styled in her natural curls.
Following that post, she shared a throwback photo from two years ago where she strutted along the beach in a black bikini.
Her hair was blonde in the photo and she had fewer tattoos by then, but still rocked her tattoo sleeve.
The wife of Dog's son, Leland, has been on a weight loss journey and has flaunted her figure multiple times as she goes to the gym.
Jamie previously shared that “going to the gym after work feels like another meeting scheduled” but tells herself that she “can’t cancel,” which is helping her stay on track on her journey.
She further shared: “Between my diet/ no sodas or sweets/ going to the gym daily, I can definitely see the huge change!
“I have hustled to get here, & it feels good! Can’t wait to see what the results are for next month!”
She previously joined the rest of her husband's family in remembering Dog's wife Beth a year after her tragic death from stage four cancer.
The Sun was granted special access to the commemorative event in Hawaii, in which Dog – real name Duane Chapman – filled one of Beth's inflatable rafts with her favorite flowers, belongings and her photo.
He took the raft to one of her favorite beauty spot and set it free to float down the river.
Dog recently spoke about the passing of Beth when he appeared on the Facebook Live show Faith with Katie.
The 67-year-old recalled the shock of his wife's death, explaining: "There was no planning. There was no, 'You're gonna die,' Let’s plan it. So what do I get? Where did you put the watch? There was none of that."
Dog told his wife: "Beth, I do not want to hear about death. You're not gonna die. You are not gonna die."
The reality TV star also opened up about his final moments with Beth when the doctors brought her out of her coma.
He said: "She would not look at me because all of a sudden she knew I had given up and I was her last hope."
While he is still mourning the loss of Beth, Dog has moved on with new fiancé Francie Frane, 51.
The couple began dating earlier this year before he proposed in Colorado in May.
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