On Sunday, September 26, Bonnie posted a photo of her mother on her Instagram Story along with a lengthy caption.
"Thank you for teaching me how to be strong. How to show the world a strong face even when you're walking in the dark," Bonnie wrote.
"Thank you for seeing past my flaws and loving me unconditionally. Thank you for confiding in me, for trusting me with your woes," she continued.
"I'm going to always cherish the moments we had. Today's one of those days I can't get you out of my head," she concluded.
Beth passed away in June 2019 at the age of 51 after a long cancer battle.
Duane and Bonnie's relationship has been strained for some time now. Bonnie and her sister Cecily were reportedly not in attendance at his wedding to Francie Frane.
Bonnie previously claimed that her father used homophobic and racist language, which is allegedly what got him axed from streaming platform Unleashed TV. She also alleged that her support for Black Lives Matter got her uninvited from his wedding.
Duane told Entertainment Tonight that he was not racist and that he thought he had a "pass" to use the N-word
At the time, Bonnie said she was "deeply embarrassed and disappointed in the man Duane Chapman is today," on her Instagram Story.
The couple tied the knot on Thursday, September 2, in Colorado Springs. "Francie and I are thrilled to be husband and wife," Duane told E! News. "We appreciate all the prayers and well-wishes."
They got together after they both lost their previous partners. Frane's husband reportedly died six months before Beth.
"As hard as it is and as heartbreaking as it is, we had to make a decision that was very difficult for us," Frane told Entertainment Tonight about univititing Bonnie. "We've been through hell, him and I, in the past three years and I am not going to allow our day to be ruined by this nonsense."
According to the Daily Mail, Duane had increased security at his wedding after an anonymous person reportedly threatened to throw paint on the bride's dress. One guest told the outlet that their tires were slashed with razor blades. Another guest said that vandals left a "mysterious pungent odor" in their car.