Dog the Bounty Hunter and fiancee Francie Frane grab coffee in LA as pair plans dream wedding

DOG THE Bounty Hunter and fiancee Francie Frane were spotted grabbing coffee in Los Angeles as the pair plans their dream wedding.

The reality TV star wants to make this the biggest wedding ever after getting married five times before.

Dog, whose real name is Duane Chapman, and Francie were spotted grabbing a cup of coffee at a rest stop in Los Angeles.

The maskless lovebirds drove comfortably in a white SUV as they held a conversation inside their car before Francie slipped on her mask and got out of the car.

Despite previous claims that he had quit smoking, the bounty hunter got out of the SUV and puffed on a cigarette as he waited for his blonde fiance to get back.

The 63-year-old wore a purple dress shirt and black slacks, while Francie rocked a white and black ensemble with black boots.

The two could potentially be scouting wedding venues as the two plan to get married after the pandemic and want to have a big wedding.

Dog told The Sun exclusively when they announced their engagement: "I've had so many fans ask 'When you marry Francie, are you going to let your fans come?

"So we're word negotiating right now because I want to open it up.

"I would love to have the biggest wedding there's ever been.

"I'm sorry but that's just me. I hope I can talk Francie into it and open it to my fans, the 'Dog Pound,' to everybody.

"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."

Dog, 67, recently broke down in tears during an interview with Katie Souza where he revealed that he would have wanted Beth to date someone else had he been the one to die.

The reality star said as he held back tears: "Let's put it like – what if it was Dog that died? And what if it was Beth who met a Christian man that spoke in a heavenly language? And loved her as much as I did and owned an airplane? What would I say?

"And what if he said, 'Dog, you are in Heaven and I would take care of her and I would love her as much as you did.'

"I would say, 'Beth, you better not lose this one.' I would say that, of course, fans love Beth – Beth will always be in my heart and Francie by my side.

"She's not another Mrs. Dog, she's Francie Chapman."

Beth died in 2019 after battling cancer.

Following Dog's emotional interview, he took Francie out on a date.

He shared a photo from the date night, which showed the couple enjoying quality time at a restaurant as Francie smiled for the camera and Dog focused his attention on a piece of paper.

He captioned the photo: "Coloring a kids menu on date night."

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