LYSSA Chapman enjoyed a day out at the beach with her daughter Mady and fiancee Leiana in their native Hawaii.
This “Sunday funday” comes as Dog the Bounty Hunter’s daughter continues to plan her upcoming wedding, for which she and her longtime love have not settled on a date yet.
The mother of two – who has daughters Mady, 11, and Abbie, 18 – has been showing off her fit figure in bikinis lately on social media, and now she’s shared one of the ways she’s earned her toned body.
Lyssa, 33, posted multiple photos and videos of her day at the quiet beach, with the weather nothing but sunshine and blue skies.
The former bail bondswoman went out paddleboarding with her daughter, who recently celebrated her 11th birthday, adding in some arm muscle emojis in the caption to reference all of the strength she needed for the activity.
The reality star wrote: “Amen for SUNDAYS ☀️Had DA BEST day ON and IN the water.
“Real talk … Mady is going to need her OWN paddle board soon 🙄 Moms arms are getting tired 😓 😂 💪🏽
Lyssa added: “Thanks babe for another beautiful day 💋 @leiana13 #womenempowerment #hawaii #NoPeachesOnBeaches”
In 2016, she began dating Leiana Evensen and the two got engaged during a trip to Seattle in December 2017.
The couple is still working on their wedding plans – though Lyssa is also hard at work on the online clothing store, BABY by Lyssa Chapman, she opened last year – and are just enjoying their time together for now.
Leiana stood on sandy beach, while her fiancee and future step-daughter went out paddleboarding, snapping shots of the duo out in the blue-green water.
She shared one of the photos on her own Instagram, writing with it: “Sunday Funday 🌊 #sundayfunday #stayathome #orindawata
“#northshore #oahu #SUP #snorkel #getactive #getfit #fitfam #ohana #mothernature #oceantherapy 🙏🏼”
Lyssa’s dad, Duane “Dog” Chapman, is also working on his wedding plans after getting engaged to fiancee Francie Frane earlier this year and losing his late wife Beth to cancer last year.
The two are waiting to get married until large gatherings are permitted again after the coronavirus pandemic.
In the meantime, Dog is working on a new reality show, called Dog’s Dirty Dozen, that will follow his bounty hunting adventures and feature “all” of his family.
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