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Duane & # 39; Dog & # 39; Chapman told his late wife Beth that he would make an appointment, but promised he would never marry & # 39;

While Duane "Dog" Chapman is still mourning the loss of his wife, Beth Chapman, he is not deterred from pursuing another relationship in due course.

you that, "said Duane, 66, on Wednesday PEOPLE Now . "What we have said is that I will never take Beth from my breast, I have her name here and I will never marry."

"And she said to me, 'We are human, okay?' "The reality star continued," and probably the same thing I would say to her, "I know you'll have a boyfriend, I hope you have 10, but do not marry and say those words "That's what I would say, and she told me that."

Beth died at the age of 51 on June 26 after her aggressive cancer diagnosis, and while she and Duane's children continue to grieve, they are not ready to see how her father moves on.

"And I try to tell them, I do not know I can not rent you, I put on clothes I do not know what to say," he joked about a possible new girlfriend. "But right now they are like" dad! "

  Beth and Duane | Ilya S. Savenok / Getty
Beth and Duane | Ilya S. Savenok / Getty

RELATED: Bonnie Chapman talks about Mom Beth's # last moment & # 39; of consciousness: & # 39; she chokes on her cancer & # 39; okay with sometime again. "Unless she's following me," he joked.

While Duane is still having problems, he declared PEOPLE Now that he had found solace in the music and "not to be alone with friends and family.

The Colorado-born American also spoke about the support he and his family have received from fans since losing his wife.

"She had 30 million hits on her articles, that's unbelievable," he said. "So that means a lot, your fans keep you going, keep you alive, keep you happy, are your friends you meet, and that helped a lot in the fight, and now it helps me with this

Beth's difficult fight against cancer is explored in the upcoming WGN America series Dog's Most Wanted which begins with Duane's first chapter "Without Beth"

  Duane and Beth | Broadimage / REX / Shutterstock
Duane and Beth | Broadimage / REX / Shutterstock

"Where mercy is shown, mercy is given, and I have much mercy," He explained, "But si e is not here anymore. So this is going to be a dog without Beth, and she always told him you should be lucky to be with him, you're lucky I'm here with him because he's a madman. And I'm a good guy, I'm a good guy and an all-rounder of dragons. I will kill, Brotha.

In a recent interview with Entertainment Tonight Duane announced that Beth, when she was preparing for June 26, asked him to let her go.

"In the last moments, she said, 'Come in here right now, in the bathroom & # 39 ;,' he said. "I went in and she said, 'Look at me. & # 39; And I said, 'Yeah, you're a damn beautiful baby. & # 39; [And she said,]Look at me, Duane Chapman. & # 39; She said, 'Please, let me go. "

  Duane and Beth | Darryl Oumi / Getty Images
Duane and Beth | Darryl Oumi / Getty Images

RELATED: Bounty hunter Dog says Beth Chapman told him in the last moments before death he lets me go. I have not even made a decision and almost said, "I can not." Before I could say, "Okay," she could not breathe and I called the ambulance. But every day she spoke as if she were not there. "Here's what you should do with it, here's what you should do with it." Do not continue with your mouth. If they ask you a specific question, just answer it.

After Beth's death, the family honored her at a meeting with friends and fans at Fort DeRussy Beach, Waikiki, Hawaii, as well as an emotional memorial service at The Heritage Christian Center, Aurora, Colorado.

The premiere of Dog's Most Wanted is on September 4 at 9 pm ET on WGN America.

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