Her letters show that their love is beyond the material world and is likely to last forever.
On May 4, 2020, the news of Duane "Dog" Chapman's engagement with his girlfriend and Colorado rancher Francie Frane broke and his fans were thrilled, The Sun reported.
While one cannot tell the exact time when the couple fell for each other, it is safe to say that their's is a whirlwind romance. However, considering what they feel for each other and how they are moving forward in the relationship, it is definitely not an impulsive one.
Earlier, the bounty hunter had revealed that he feels it was God who brought them in each other's lives when they were both grieving the demise of their respective spouses who both passed away from cancer. "It's a God relationship because it's just like a miracle," he added. "It's a miracle how we met and it's a miracle how great we're getting along."
And now, Francie has shared a couple of love letters she wrote to her fiance which shows that their bond is deeply spiritual and they consider their coming together as a godly incident.
In her heartfelt letter, she wrote:
You never know how strong you are until being strong is the only choice you have. So you cling to God and his word with all your might because it's all you knew to do. The one day you looked up from the ashes and there you stood. Wow God!
She posted the letter alongside a verse from the bible which read- "Isaiah 61:3 To bestow on them a crown of beauty instead of ashes, the oil of gladness instead of mourning and a garment of praise instead of a spirit of despair. @duanedogchapman I love you! ❤️"
She had earlier shared another letter with the caption, "Deuteronomy 28:13 ♥️ @duanedogchapman"
It's evident that the kind of love they have is not only real but could also stand the test of time. They have found in each other, the much needed calm and stability which was lacking when their spouses left the world.
"It's a very real love that we are developing with each other," Chapman went on. "Both of us are allowed to talk about our spouses that are in Heaven—it's not like we're afraid to mention it or anything like that. We console each other but we also know that we have a responsibility and that is to do this right."
The 51-year-old bounty hunter's eldest daughter Lyssa had earlier said, "They are both so happy together and they are good for each other. Francie has been very respectful to all the kids—and to Beth's memory—and my dad is the same way with Bob [Francie's ex-husband] and their children."
She also believes that they have brought out each other's spiritual side. "They go to church three times a week and dad is trying to give up smoking—she is a good woman for my dad," Lyssa went on. "He's the happiest I've seen him in a long time—he's so in love and wants to spend the rest of his life with Francie," she hinted before.
Recently, the reality TV star dished out details about his wedding, in fact, he mentioned that he is so happy he wants to have the "biggest wedding there's ever been" open to all his fans, in what he said will be "one hell of a party."
Answering back to some of the critics who said that it's too soon for them to get married, Francie reiterated her fiance's response saying God has brought them together and therefore they are meant to be together.
"But the truth is that both of us have spent three years walking alongside our spouses sick and we know that God brought us together and that's why we don't believe that it's too soon. And because we both have done our share of screaming and crying and asking why."
"Then for us to come together the way that we did and build this friendship because of what we've been through, that turned into a love story. We don't believe that it's too soon."