Betty White’s Assistant Shared a Touching Post, Photo on What Would Have Been Icon’s 100th Birthday

Betty White's Assistant Shared a Touching Post, Photo on What Would Have Been Icon’s 100th Birthday

Fans around the world celebrated Betty White’s 100th birthday on January 17, despite the trailblazing actress’ passing just weeks before. Since 1997, Betty White has been celebrating her 100th birthday every day. The Golden GirlsOn December 31, 2021, the actress, who was 99 years old, died. This has been a celebration to White’s career, life and activism. Among the tributes from friends, family and fans, White’s assistant Kiersten Mikelas shared a photo and some touching words with fans on the day she would have celebrated 100 years.

Kiersten Mikelas wrote touching words about the TV icon and shared a picture of White taken just five days before Christmas. Mikelas expressed gratitude to Betty White’s supporters for their tributes on her 100th birthday. (You may view the photo Here.)

Hello Everyone! It’s Kiersten. Betty’s Assistant. This is Betty’s assistant. It was taken 12/20/21. I believe it’s one of the last photos of her. She was radiant, beautiful and happy as ever. Thank you to everyone who does kind things every day to make the world better.

The Hollywood icon looks stunning in bright jacket and green top. It’s heartwarming to see that in one of the last photos she took, her troublemaking smile was present and brighter than ever. After more than 90 years of entertainment, her funny sense of humor and refusal not to take herself too seriously will be part of the legacy. 

Many fans hoped for it. Honor the memory of the actress who diedOn her 100th birthday, she continued the work that she had been doing as an animal activist for all of her life. Many made a donation in her honor to animal charities to pay tribute to her. Even the Commerce Street Brewery — a pub located in Mineral Point, Wisconsin where Betty White’s late husband Allen Ludden was from — Patrons were allowed to purchase beers for the actressThe proceeds will go to charity.

It was well documented before that the impact of the internet on our lives has been so significant. Cleveland Hot alum had on the world, but it’s only been re-emphasized since her death through the shared memories and stories from her many co-stars. Bill Hader shared a sweet taleHe was able to laugh at her hosting guests Saturday Night Live; Don Cheadle was a good friend of hersThank you for helping out with the set of The Golden GirlsSpinoff The Golden Palace; We were reminded again of her sharp humor when we re-read an interview with the star and fellow legend Joan Rivers roasting eachother

That’s just scratching the surface, as a number of her co-stars and friends had already planned to celebrate her milestone birthday on the big screen. Betty White: It’s a Celebration was planned before the iconic actress’ death, with appearances by celebrities including Ryan Reynolds. Robert Redford, Carol Burnett and Morgan Freeman, Tina Fey, Clint Eastwood, and Morgan Freeman. The White sends a thank-you note to the fans of the documentary herself. 

Betty White: It’s a CelebrationThis film is currently showing in select theaters across the country. However, you should also check out this list. Betty White’s best movies and TV showsThese include how to look after them as well as their location. There are nine wonderful Rose episodes The Golden Girls

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