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Dog The Bounty Hunter PROPOSES to son’s ex-girlfriend Moon Angell in SHOCKING Dr. Oz interview

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Dog The Bounty Hunter PROPOSES to son’s ex-girlfriend Moon Angell in SHOCKING Dr. Oz interview… just SEVEN MONTHS after death of wife Beth

  • The 66-year-old television personality seemingly popped the question in a teaser clip from The Dr. Oz Show posted on Twitter on Tuesday 
  • TV star’s wife Beth died last June after battling throat and lung cancer 
  • The shocking question comes after weeks of family turmoil 
  • The episode is set to air on Monday 
  • Bounty hunter previously praised Angell as ‘a trustworthy and loyal friend’ to him 
  • His daughter Lyssa has ripped Angell on social media 
  • Lyssa also revealed that Angell had dated one of Dog’s sons previously though she did not identify which one as the reality star has 10 sons 

Duane ‘Dog the Bounty Hunter’ Chapman proposed to his son’s ex-girlfriend Moon Angell just seven months after the death of his wife Beth.

The 66-year-old television personality seemingly popped the question in a teaser clip from The Dr. Oz Show posted on Twitter on Tuesday.

An obviously emotional Dog could be seen turning to his girlfriend and asks: ‘Moon Angell, will you marry me?’ 

Interesting: Duane 'Dog the Bounty Hunter' Chapman proposed to his son's ex-girlfriend Moon Angell just seven months after the death of his wife Beth

Interesting: Duane ‘Dog the Bounty Hunter’ Chapman proposed to his son’s ex-girlfriend Moon Angell just seven months after the death of his wife Beth

The moment appeared to come out of nowhere as his love-interest quickly turned to him with her mouth agape. 

The video was captioned by The Dr. Oz Show Twitter: ‘A marriage proposal? After weeks of family turmoil, @DogBountyHunter and Moon Angell join me to set the record straight. ‘

The surprising question comes after weeks of bickering among the family and months after the death of his wife Beth in June after battling throat and lung cancer for two years. 

Wow factor: An obviously emotional Dog could be seen turning to his girlfriend and asks: 'Moon Angell, will you marry me?'

Wow factor: An obviously emotional Dog could be seen turning to his girlfriend and asks: ‘Moon Angell, will you marry me?’

Shocking: The moment appeared to come out of nowhere as his love-interest quickly turned to him with her mouth agape

Shocking: The moment appeared to come out of nowhere as his love-interest quickly turned to him with her mouth agape

Moon Angell acknowledges the rift as she says in the clip: ‘I have lots of enemies right now.’

Dog is also very emotional as he can be seen crying and wiping tears from his eyes as 59-year-old host Dr. Mehmet Oz asks him: ‘You were going to commit suicide?’

Ultimately he tells the host and physician: ‘I am a lot happier when she’s around.’ 

The shocking episode is set to air on Monday. 

'I have lots of enemies right now': The surprising question comes after weeks of bickering among the family and months after the death of his wife Beth in June after battling throat and lung cancer for two years

‘I have lots of enemies right now’: The surprising question comes after weeks of bickering among the family and months after the death of his wife Beth in June after battling throat and lung cancer for two years

Sad: Dog is also very emotional as he can be seen crying and wiping tears from his eyes

Sad: Dog is also very emotional as he can be seen crying and wiping tears from his eyes

Asking the tough questions: The 59-year-old host Dr. Mehmet Oz queries: 'You were going to commit suicide?'

Asking the tough questions: The 59-year-old host Dr. Mehmet Oz queries: ‘You were going to commit suicide?’

Highly-anticipated: The shocking episode is set to air on Monday

Highly-anticipated: The shocking episode is set to air on Monday

This came just weeks after he defended his romance with his son’s ex girlfriend, saying that he’s an empty nester in need of companionship as he mourns Beth.

‘Who knows what my future holds, but right now I need her,’ the reality TV personality, 66, told Radar. ‘There will never be another Mrs. Dog but that doesn’t mean I have to be so sad.’

The veteran bounty hunter praised Moon as ‘a trustworthy and loyal friend to [him] for over 20 years,’ and ‘experienced’ with him and the family dynamic.

'Thank you': This came just weeks after he defended his romance with his son's ex girlfriend, saying that he's an empty nester in need of companionship as he mourns his late wife Beth, who died last June after battling throat and lung cancer for two years

‘Thank you’: This came just weeks after he defended his romance with his son’s ex girlfriend, saying that he’s an empty nester in need of companionship as he mourns his late wife Beth, who died last June after battling throat and lung cancer for two years

‘She has been with my family through many ups and downs,’ the Dog’s Most Wanted personality said. ‘All my children are grown and gone on their own, there’s no one left to help me!’

Chapman told the outlet he believes the lord answered his prayers in the wake of Beth’s June 26 passing at the age of 51 at Queen’s Medical Center in Honolulu.

‘I know Almighty God hears my broken heart and I didn’t ask him for another Mrs. Chapman, but I asked him for a friend and He gave me Moon,’ said Chapman, who on Tuesday posed in a selfie with Angell on Instagram.

The relationship between Dog and Angell is not a romantic one, an insider told People earlier this month, calling her ‘a family friend to Beth and Dog for years.

Not happy: Lyssa has called Angell 'disgusting' and slammed her for preying on a widower

Not happy: Lyssa has called Angell ‘disgusting’ and slammed her for preying on a widower 

All in the family: Lyssa has been seen on TV working with her dad in the past

All in the family: Lyssa has been seen on TV working with her dad in the past 

‘Since Beth’s death, she has stepped in to help Dog in his time of need,’ the insider said. ‘There will never be another Beth.’

Chapman’s statements came in the wake of bad blood between Angell and his daughter Lyssa, who called Angell ‘disgusting’ and has slammed her for preying on a widower in his most tender of times.

She added: ‘Any person who moves in on a man weeks after losing his wife, who you were supposed to be a “friend” to, Is the lowest scum on the planet-Which for you wasn’t that far of a step down from where you were before. God will get you MARY!!!’

Lyssa also revealed that Angell had dated one of Dog’s sons previously though she did not identify which one as the reality star has 10 sons.

She wrote: ‘If someone who met your family by dating your brother, tried to date your father after your step-mom died what would you do?’ 

Outspoken: Lyssa has gone public with her beliefs about Dog and Moon's relationship

Outspoken: Lyssa has gone public with her beliefs about Dog and Moon’s relationship 

Lyssa again referred to the relationship between Angell and her father in a tweet from early January.

‘Happiness is granted to all, and all I wish is happiness for my family,’ she said. ‘When a person who has ill intentions, that my mother specifically warned me about before her passing tries to enter, the war is on.

She added: The devil ALWAYS goes for the weakest link. Not today satan.’ 

Staying strong: The widower said, 'There will never be another Mrs. Dog but that doesn't mean I have to be so sad'

Staying strong: The widower said, ‘There will never be another Mrs. Dog but that doesn’t mean I have to be so sad’

Tragic: Beth died June 26 at Queen’s Medical Center in Honolulu following a two-year battle with throat and lung cancer

Tragic: Beth died June 26 at Queen’s Medical Center in Honolulu following a two-year battle with throat and lung cancer 

Lyssa, who’s mother is Dog’s third wife Lyssa Rae Brittain, later said that she entrusts her father to decide what is best for himself, but will not endorse any type of romantic relationship between the two.

‘My dad is a GROWN A** MAN,’ she said. ‘His money. His dynasty. 

‘But you can guarantee that my name is not going down in history as a person who supported this.’  

Dog The Bounty Hunter PROPOSES to son’s ex-girlfriend Moon Angell in SHOCKING Dr. Oz interview

Breakfast with the Duchess! Kate Middleton dons skinny jeans as she gets stuck into the morning routine by serving cereal and playing games on a nursery visit to discuss her early years development survey

  • The Duchess of Cambridge got stuck in during a visit to Stockwell Gardens Nursery & Pre-School, London
  • Kate helped serve breakfast to children and got her hands dirty during a messy play session 
  • She also met with staff to discuss her ‘5 Big Questions on the Under Fives survey, which launched last week 

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The Duchess of Cambridge got stuck in and served breakfast to children during an early morning visit to a south London nursery today. 

Beaming Kate, 38, looked in her element as she wheeled in a trolley full of food and poured bowls of cereal for the youngsters at Stockwell Gardens Nursery & Pre-School. 

The royal, who has three children under six, looked well practised at holding the children’s interest and was ready with a high five for two little girls who stayed at the table to eat their breakfast. 

Kate, dressed down in black skinny jeans and a £80 cream jumper, was also ready to get her hands dirty and gamely picked up a sandy shell during a messy play session.

She heard from staff about the importance of nutritious food in a child’s development and spoke about her landmark early years survey, revealing 10,000 people have signed up in the week since its launch.  

It is the third engagement in as many days for the Duchess, following an appearance at a Holocaust Memorial Day service in London on Monday and a visit to a London’s children’s hospital yesterday.   

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Breakfast is served! The Duchess of Cambridge helped pour out cereal for children at the south London nursery today

Breakfast is served! The Duchess of Cambridge helped pour out cereal for children at the south London nursery today

Helping hand: The Duchess helped load the trolley with bowls, chopped fruit, cereal and milk before heading inside

Helping hand: The Duchess helped load the trolley with bowls, chopped fruit, cereal and milk before heading inside

Playtime! Kensington Royal shared this sweet photo of the Duchess playing with a group of children after the engagement

The Duchess of Cambridge appeared in excellent spirits as she visited LEYF Stockwell Gardens Nursery and Pre-School

Kate beamed as she arrived for the engagement in London today

The Duchess of Cambridge appeared in excellent spirits as she visited LEYF Stockwell Gardens Nursery and Pre-School

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High five! The Duchess of Cambridge gave two little girls high fives as she joined them for breakfast at their nursery today

High five! The Duchess of Cambridge gave two little girls high fives as she joined them for breakfast at their nursery today

Special delivery! The Duchess of Cambridge pushed a trolley full of breakfast ingredients into a classroom this morning

Kate joined the children, staff and parents for breakfast

Special delivery! The Duchess of Cambridge pushed a trolley full of breakfast ingredients into a classroom this morning

When Kate first arrived she met a group of parents who had just dropped off their children, and said to one father: ‘I think that’s changed, there’s a lot more engagement from parents in general and particularly fathers who want to be involved in this early stage of development.’

In the kitchen, Kate chatted to trainee pre-school chefs Luke Nelson-Neil and Rouchelle Scott-Ashby. When they started discussing particular foods, Mr Nelson-Neil joked about beetroot, saying: ‘I still can’t get them to eat it.’

The duchess, mother of Prince George, six, Princess Charlotte, four, and Prince Louis, one, said: ‘Mine absolutely love it – it’s one of those things, until you try it, you don’t know.’

After taking in breakfast for the children, she joined three little girls who sat down at tiny tables to eat, and the Kate took a shine to three-year-old Lucy, stroking her arm and leaning forward as she asked her what she wanted.

Kate poured out cereal for Lucy and her classmates, asking them to say ‘Stop’ when there was enough in their bowls, and later she turned to a plate of orange, banana, grape and papaya segments, asking ‘What do you think of the fruit? What’s your favourite?’ 

Before leaving, she high-fived the trio and joined a group of three and four-your-year-olds playing with shells in a water play pit, and she also joined another breakfast table of youngsters.  

Getting stuck in: The Duchess of Cambridge crouched down to speak to children as they played in the nursery

Getting stuck in: The Duchess of Cambridge crouched down to speak to children as they played in the nursery

Hands on: The Duchess of Cambridge looked engaged as she played with two youngsters at the south London nursery

Hands on: The Duchess of Cambridge looked engaged as she played with two youngsters at the south London nursery

Radiant: The royal, a mother of three, could hardly keep the smile from her place as she spent time with the youngsters today

Radiant: The royal, a mother of three, could hardly keep the smile from her place as she spent time with the youngsters today 

Eat up! The royal joined the children for breakfast and even helped pour out cereal for three excited little girls (pictured)

Eat up! The royal joined the children for breakfast and even helped pour out cereal for three excited little girls (pictured) 

Watchful eye: At one point, the Duchess had a knowing look on her face as she watched the girls eat their breakfast

Watchful eye: At one point, the Duchess had a knowing look on her face as she watched the girls eat their breakfast

Well done! The playful Duchess rewarded the well-behaved girls with a high five (pictured) at the breakfast table

Well done! The playful Duchess rewarded the well-behaved girls with a high five (pictured) at the breakfast table

After the visit, the duchess held a private meeting with Giovanna Fletcher, who is behind the Happy Mum Happy Baby podcast and has also written about being a mother to three children with husband Tom Fletcher, a member of the band McFly.

Mrs Fletcher was invited to the launch of Kate’s early years survey in Birmingham last week and was asked to meet the duchess again on Wednesday, spending 30 minutes with her. 

Speaking at the engagement, the Duchess also shared her excitement at the early success of her survey, which aims to spark a UK-wide conversation on raising the next generation.

Kate announced the landmark research with a whirlwind tour of the UK last week, starting at Birmingham Science Museum and taking in stops at Ely and Careau Children’s Centre in Cardiff and HMP Send near Woking. 

Speaking today, Kate said: ‘It’s great to visit places like this where communities come together to support one another. Last week I launched a UK wide survey on early childhood because I want to hear society’s views about raising the next generation.

In the mix: The Duchess helped the kitchen staff by loading up the trolley

She later took the food inside and spent time with the children

In the mix: The Duchess helped the kitchen staff (left) by loading up the trolley before taking the breakfast inside (right) 

Splish splash! Smiling Kate joined children playing with shells in a sandy wet container - and didn't mind getting a bit dirty

Splish splash! Smiling Kate joined children playing with shells in a sandy wet container – and didn’t mind getting a bit dirty

Well practised: The Duchess of Cambridge showed off her mothering skills by keeping the children engaged while playing

Well practised: The Duchess of Cambridge showed off her mothering skills by keeping the children engaged while playing

Time to eat! After taking in breakfast for the children, she joined three little girls who sat down at tiny tables to eat, and the Kate took a shine to three-year-old Lucy, stroking her arm and leaning forward as she asked her what she wanted

Time to eat! After taking in breakfast for the children, she joined three little girls who sat down at tiny tables to eat, and the Kate took a shine to three-year-old Lucy, stroking her arm and leaning forward as she asked her what she wanted

Special guest: The Duchess of Cambridge was on hand to help serve breakfast to the excited little ones this morning

Special guest: The Duchess of Cambridge was on hand to help serve breakfast to the excited little ones this morning

Important start: Kate heard about the vital role a nutritious breakfast plays in a child's development during the visit

Important start: Kate heard about the vital role a nutritious breakfast plays in a child’s development during the visit

Important work: Kate spoke to staff about her landmark survey and heard more about the role food plays in development

Important work: Kate spoke to staff about her landmark survey and heard more about the role food plays in development

‘I’m so happy that over 100,000 people from all across the UK have already completed it, and I can’t wait to see the results.’ 

The LEYF is a social enterprise that aims to add value to the life of the community and future generations by strengthening local networks, demonstrating the role that everyone has.

It operates 39 nurseries in some of London’s most disadvantaged areas and provides high-quality childcare to more than 4,000 children, employing more than 800 staff locally – along with 60 apprentices – across 11 London boroughs. 

Following the royal visit, LEYF chief executive June O’Sullivan said: ‘You can’t capture just how important the early years are.

‘There’s a raft of research that shows if you invest in them when they’re little, if you give them the right kind of nurture, if you give them the time to speak, learn, listen and concentrate – and opportunities of personal development – then they actually grow into really capable, successful human beings.’

The Duchess of Cambridge put on her eye-catching coat and smiled as she left the nursery following a successful visit

The Duchess of Cambridge put on her eye-catching coat and smiled as she left the nursery following a successful visit

The Duchess kept her accessories simple, opting for a favourite pair of gold earrings that complemented her blue coat

Kate pictured leaving the nursery following the visit today

The Duchess kept her accessories simple, opting for a favourite pair of gold earrings that complemented her blue coat

The visit today is the latest stop for the Duchess as she promotes the online survey, conducted by Ipsos Mori on behalf of the Royal Foundation. It is thought to be the biggest of its kind. 

Participants are asked for their opinion on what influences development and what period of childhood is most important for children’s happiness. The survey is open until 21 February.

The intention is to ‘spark a national conversation’ to help create ‘lasting change for generations to come’, Kensington Palace has said.  

Kate, mother to Prince George, six, Princess Charlotte, four, and 21-month-old Prince Louis, has said she believes ‘many of society’s greatest social and health challenges’ could be ‘mitigated or entirely avoided’ if young children are given ‘the right support’.

The Duchess of Cambridge was the picture of elegance as she arrived for a visit at a south London nursery today

Kate arriving at the nursery today

The Duchess of Cambridge was the picture of elegance as she arrived for a visit at a south London nursery today

The Duchess smiled broadly as she was greeted by staff outside the nursery before making her way inside, pictured

The Duchess smiled broadly as she was greeted by staff outside the nursery before making her way inside, pictured

The Duchess of Cambridge brought a splash of colour to a winter's day in her vibrant coat, which she wore loose on arrival

Kate chatted with nursery staff before making her way inside, pictured

The Duchess of Cambridge brought a splash of colour to a winter’s day in her vibrant coat, which she wore loose on arrival

The Duchess donned a frilly white long-sleeved top with a high neck to keep herself warm on a chilly winter's morning

The Duchess donned a frilly white long-sleeved top with a high neck to keep herself warm on a chilly winter’s morning

The Duchess of Cambridge arriving at the nursery, where she revealed 10,000 people have already signed up to the survey

The Duchess of Cambridge arriving at the nursery, where she revealed 10,000 people have already signed up to the survey

The Duchess of Cambridge wore a teal coat, white jumper and black slim jeans with boots for the outing this morning

The Duchess of Cambridge arriving at the nursery this morning

The Duchess of Cambridge wore a teal coat, white jumper and black slim jeans with boots for the outing this morning

The Duchess of Cambridge opted for practical low-heel black booties for the outing to the south London nursery this morning

The Duchess of Cambridge opted for practical low-heel black booties for the outing to the south London nursery this morning

The Duchess of Cambridge had her brunette locks styled in a bouncy blow-dry as she continued a busy week of engagements

Kate arriving at the nursery this morning

The Duchess of Cambridge had her brunette locks styled in a bouncy blow-dry as she continued a busy week of engagements 

The Duchess of Cambridge, pictured arriving today, shared her excitement at the success of her survey in its first week

Kate smiled as she arrived at the nursery in south London today

The Duchess of Cambridge, pictured arriving today, shared her excitement at the success of her survey in its first week

The visit today is the latest stop for the Duchess as she promotes the online survey. Pictured, Kate arriving at the nursery

The visit today is the latest stop for the Duchess as she promotes the online survey. Pictured, Kate arriving at the nursery

Kate Middleton arrives for a visit at a London nursery

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