Betty White is preparing to celebrate.
The legendary comedian will turn 99 on January 17, and like many people in the past few months, due to the continued spread of the coronavirus, she will spend her birthday indoors and with a limited number of people .
The “Golden Girl” star recently interviewed “Entertainment Tonight” and revealed how she celebrated her big day.
White joked: “You may not ask, but I will tell you.” “What am I doing on my birthday? COVID restricts running one mile every morning, so I am trying to reissue the “pet pack” and feed it every day Two ducks I visited here.”
98-year-old BETTY WHITE said he was “full of incredible good health”
The two activities go hand in hand because “Pet Combo” is White’s animal positive series, which involves small talk about pet care, wildlife protection, and visits of celebrities and numerous domesticated animals (such as dogs and cats). According to reports, wild animals such as elephants, bears, gorillas and kangaroos.
The series will be released on DVD and streaming platforms on February 23, which will mark the 50th anniversary of the show.
Among the producers of the show was White’s late husband Allen Ludden (Allen Ludden).
The store said in a press release: “The pet group is one of my favorite shows.” “I am very happy that it will appear again after all these years.”
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Although the pandemic kept White’s disease indoors and her age puts her at a higher risk of developing the new virus, White said in March last year that she was optimistic.
American sweetheart told “Closer Weekly”: “My health is incredible.” “This is something you are very grateful for.”
The artist and good friend Tom Sullivan also told the media that the former “Golden Girl” and “Mary Tyler Moore Show” star has been busy keeping safe.
He shared: “She read the cover of the Los Angeles Times.” “She actually owns thousands of crosswords and has been trying to make her mind jump. This is really serious for her.”
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A close friend added: “She tried to play the Zooming Scrabble game with her friends, but it was not exactly the same.”
The friend also revealed that the COVID-19 crisis has made the star see life in a completely different way.
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The source said: “Betty’s message to the world is to slow down and enjoy everything you have: family, friends, pets.” “She said the pandemic is serious, but the situation we encountered is worse. This is Mother Nature tells us all ways to slow down.”
Stephanie Nolasco of Fox News contributed to this report