Betty White’s assistant shares White’s final photos and videos

Betty White


Betty White is pictured in 2014 at the Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association prom in California.

Betty White’s assistant shared the last photos taken before White’s death, revealing that the famous star looked radiant in her final days. She also shared a video that White pre-recorded for her fans. The video is supposed to be released on her 100th birthday. The beloved star is known for her numerous television and film appearances, along with her many philanthropic endeavors. Her series “The Golden Girls” still airs on Signal Channel today.

‘She could never have imagined such an outpouring of love’

Video and photos taken on the same day. In the video, White told fans: “I just want to thank all of you for your love and support over the years. Thank you very much. And stick around. ”

The video was released on White’s official Instagram account.

The account wrote: “It’s amazing how much money you all raise for animals through #thebettywhitechallenge. She could never have imagined an outpouring of love and being able to be so grateful to everyone. As we recorded her special message to the fans who attended the film, we also recorded a message that we had planned to put on social media on her birthday. . She used the occasion of her 100th birthday to congratulate YOU – her fans. She knew how lucky she was; She feels love, and she never takes it for granted. I thought it was appropriate to post today as a thank you from Betty and the animals ❤️”

White’s assistant, Kiersten Mikelas, said the photo – which you can see below – was taken on December 20, 2021. White died on December 31, just 11 days later, at the age of 99.

The photo was shared on her Facebook page and Mikelas wrote: “On this special day I wanted to share this photo of Betty. It was taken on 12/20/21. I believe it was one of the last pictures of her. She was radiant, beautiful and happy as ever. Thank you to all of you who are doing kind things today and every day to make the world a better place ❤️. ”

Her assistant also shared a photo she believes was the last photo taken of White before she passed away.

She wrote, “I decided to post what I am sure is the last picture of her… After we finished filming the video for the movie. I don’t have many pictures with her, because I never feel like imposing since she is always asked to take pictures with people wherever we go. But I asked on 12/20/21 and I’m glad I did. A wonderful remembrance of a happy, fun-filled day! ”

The sign honors Betty White with a special event on her birthday

The Hallmark channel honored White with a special event on her birthday. The channel held a specially curated “Golden Girls” marathon on January 17, showcasing special, unique, and funny moments in the life of White’s character, Rose.

In a statement released for Southern Living, the Hallmark channel shared: “The marathon includes specially curated episodes of ‘The Golden Girls’ highlighting Rose’s surprising competitive record; The visits of relatives of St. Olaf; humorous career moments from the grief and support center of consumer reporter Enrique Mas; along with lots of romance, including boyfriend Dr. Jonathan Newman, Mister Terrific and of course, Miles Webber. ”

During the marathon, Hallmark also aired White’s Hallmark film, “The Lost Valentine.”

“The Lost Valentine” was originally a Hallmark Hall of Fame film that premiered in 2011. White starred opposite Jennifer Love Hewitt. The film also stars Sean Faris, Billy Magnussen, Meghann Fahy, Nadia Dajani, Will Chase, Mike Pniewski, Helmar Augustus Cooper, Ron Clinton Smith, etc.

Hallmark also honored White by participating in the “Betty White Challenge,” Southern Living reported. Hallmark donated the North Shore Animal League America in honor of White.

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