It is the last of the four components of the mythical series The Golden Girls still alive. And this Sunday, it is celebrating: Betty white, the endearing Rose Nylund in the series, turns 99.
Born in Illinois in 1922, White explained to the magazine Today how was he going to spend his birthday: “What am I doing for my birthday? Going for a mile run every morning has been restricted by Covid-19 so I’m working on The Pet Set launch again and stop feed the two ducks who come to visit me every day. “
The Pet Set is a show hosted and directed by Betty White and dedicated to pets. The actress herself is a great defender of animals, and has starred in his 1971 show.
In the words of his representative, White is taking Covid-19 and social distancing very seriously, and “nobody is allowed in your house except those who must, “says the manager.
His publicist also said in May that White was fine and she kept busy during the quarantine.
In statements to Today, White sums up that “I am fortunate to be in good health,” he said, “So turning 99 is no different than turning 98.”