Celebrity

February 15, 2020

Loretta Swit of M*A*S*H Fame Shares Photo with a Baby Camel and Fans Love It

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Loretta Swit shared a sweet image of her holding a camel as she celebrated Hump Day with her Instagram followers.

Regarded as the midpoint of a working week, Wednesday is often referred to as Hump Day.

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To celebrate the occasion, Loretta Swit, took to her Instagram to share a picture that showed her holding sweetly onto a camel. Barley hours after she uploaded the image, fans took to its comment section to drop their opinion about it.

"Since then, the Emmy award-winning star has used her celebrity status to push people towards doing the right thing."

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While one fan said that the post was a "swit" one, another added that the picture was "so sweet."

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A third commenter stated that it was "amazing" that the stage and television actress allowed her fans into her life.

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A fourth person told Loretta that she looked good as a fifth fan wrote that she seemed so happy in the image.

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The post came months after the actress, who is best known for her role as Major Margaret "Hot Lips" Houlihan on M*A*S*H, revealed that she hadn't done an audition for the role.

The 82-year-old said she had gone for a meet-and-greet with creators of M*A*S*H that allowed them to understand her personality.

Loretta also stated that she had the support of CBS and Twentieth Fox Century as they believed that she was made for the role of "Hot Lips."

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Even when her agent called the producers of M*A*S*H to inform them of her client's unavailability for a pilot shooting, they insisted that they wanted her in the show.

Since then, the Emmy award-winning star has used her celebrity status to push people towards doing the right thing.

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During an interview with Considerable, the "Switheart: The Watercolour Artistry & Animal Activism of Loretta Swit" author said:

"I think it's good to speak out, especially if you have something very positive to say. You have to have the conviction and the ability to say it out loud—the courage."

As regards Hump Day, The Sun explained that the mid-week day could be linked with a lack of drive or motivation. However, once a person got over the Wednesday "hump," that person was on his merry way to the weekend.

The existence of the day has led many social media users to post motivation quotes to attempt to encourage others for the rest of the week.

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