One of Betty White’s last photos, taken 11 days before her death, is shared by her assistant.
In her final days, Betty White was ‘radiant,’ ‘beautiful,’ and ‘as joyful as ever,’ as proved by a photograph shot 11 days before her death.
Betty White’s assistant shared never-before-seen photos of the actress taken just days before she died at the age of 99 on the internet. Betty would have turned 100 years old on Monday, January 17, when the photo was submitted.
The late Golden Girls actress’s assistant shared a lovely snapshot of her wearing a green patterned silk blouse and a light green top with white leggings on her Facebook page. Betty was wearing her signature red lipstick and beaming at the camera.
Betty’s image, taken 11 days before she died, is accompanied by a touching letter from her helper. «Good day, everyone!» It’s Kiersten on the other end of the line. Betty’s personal assistant. I wanted to share this photo of Betty with you on this wonderful day.
She wrote, «It was taken on 12/20/21.» «I suppose it’s one of her final shots.» She was radiant, lovely, and as joyful as she had always been. Thank you to everyone who is helping to make the world a better place now and every day.
Betty’s final words were much nicer than one of the last photographs shot of her. Betty’s assistant was by her side as she died, and she informed Carol Burnett what the comedian said moments before she went away. Carol contacted Vicki Lawrence, who informed Page Six of Carol’s final remarks.
«‘This is simply terrible,’ I texted Carol. This irritates me. ‘It’s really awful to see the people you care about leave,’ she explained. «In response, Carol wrote, ‘I know, I know.’ «I spoke with Betty’s assistant, who was with her when she died, and she stated the last thing she said was ‘Allen [Ludden].» Her late husband’s name was Allen.
Even in death, Betty continues to have an impact on the globe. The actress from Hot in Cleveland was a staunch supporter of animal rights. As a result, when she died, her supporters decided to pay tribute to her by donating at least $5 to local and national animal shelters on her birthday, called the #BettyWhiteChallenge. The challenge appears to be a success, as it is currently trending on Twitter in honor of her 100th birthday.
On December 31, 2021, the great comedian died. Her death certificate lists «natural causes» as the cause of death. The cause of death was judged to be a stroke in this case. Since then, a number of celebrities, including Ryan Reynolds, Sandra Bullock, and Joe Biden, have paid tribute to the actress.