April 19, 2020
While everyone else is worried about COVID-19, Betty White of "Golden Girls" remains calm and peaceful. The "Golden Girls" Fame is doing fine while staying indoors.
Even before the outbreak, the 98-year-old star has been spending a lot of time in her house. A source said that fans should not be worried about White because isolation is not new to her, as reported by Closer Weekly.
"Staying home for the safety of others and herself is a no brainer. She had her assistant set up Zoom so she could continue to play Scrabble with her regular friends," a source said.
White finds quarantined life easy. What the actress is worried about, however, are the animals. She's hoping that they would be fostered, as reported by Closer Weekly.
White is doing her best to keep herself in good health. The actress also avoids a lot of public appearances, unless she wanted to go out and meet important people.
The source added that White has been through to a lot of ups and downs in her lifetime. She has seen it all. But she remains hopeful that this crisis will pass, and that the country will flourish again.
White, according to the source, practices social distancing in her Los Angeles residence. Limiting physical interaction is a piece of advice from health officials, as reported by Fox News.
The source's statement came after one of the fans aired out their concern on social media. Concerns about older celebrities' health came after Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson tested positive for the virus while in Australia.
While White has been known for her remarkable acting, her romantic life was also quite exciting.
Those individuals aged 60 are particularly vulnerable to this serious disease. The elder community is not spared from this pandemic.
White is a comedic actress famous for shows "The Tyler Moor Show" and "Hot in Cleveland." She has been in the entertainment business for over eight decades, as reported by Biography.
Her long career has given her an opportunity to share her passion for animals. She has worked with the Los Angeles Zoo and the Morris Animal Foundation for more than four decades.
"I'm actually the luckiest old broad alive. Half my life is working in a profession I love and the other half is working with animals," she said.
While White has been known for her remarkable acting, her romantic life was also quite exciting. She has been married thrice!
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