"I know she's a hunter. Her and her two sons have hunted bow hunt, so they track, they look for things that the prey leaves behind. And so she's kind of a natural," Duane says in a sneak peek of the show, which was obtained by PEOPLE.
The Dog the Bounty Hunter star said that Frane fits "right in" with his interesting lifestyle. "She started getting leads and writing them down, so there's more than just tracking and hunting," Chapman said. "And she's really, really good at that."
In May, the pair got engaged — less than a year after Chapman's wife Beth Chapman passed away. "They’re very happy and looking forward to a long life together," a rep for Duane told PEOPLE at the time.
The lovebirds revealed that Chapman popped the question at their home in Colorado. "I wasn't expecting it at all," Frane told The Sun U.S. in May. "I think I had gone to pick up some food and then when I came back he had all the lights turned down with just a few lights on and a bunch of candles lit."
"So when I came in I was like, 'Wow, this is awesome,'" Frane added. "Then he said, 'Come in, sit down because I need to talk to you.' And he got down on one knee and he opened the ring box and he said, 'Will you marry me and spend the rest of our lives together?'"
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Sine then, the two have been quarantining together but are waiting to tie the knot until coronavirus restrictions are lifted and all of their family members can attend the festivities. "I would love to have the biggest wedding there's ever been," Chapman revealed. "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."
Chapman's wife died at 51 years old after a battle with stage two throat cancer, while Frane's husband passed away six months before Beth. As a result, the pair were able to bond over their losses. "I know that when I start to feel bad about Beth and it’s overwhelming, Francie seems to show up and that helps the kids," Duane said. "And I feel that Beth expects her to show up to take care of me. And Bob, Francie’s late husband, expects me to be a man and a gentleman and so I am."