The iconic Hollywood actress Betty White turns a stunning 96 years old. But you don’t believe that she is slowing down. We are very thankful for our insider who told us about how Betty White 96th birthday celebration is going to be memorable. We are learning not just how everyone’s favorite Golden Girl is spending her birthday but what the future holds for her. A source told that:
“Betty is loving relaxing on her birthday but she has no intentions to rest in her career,”
Source told that she is not young but she don’t want to retire and said that:
“She is realistic in that being 96 means she has a select amount of years ahead of her but she is not being morbid and thinks she will be happily working and in good health for years to come. We are going to be seeing lots of Betty in 2018 and beyond because she still enjoys it.”
Till now we are also interested to see her and enjoying.
Betty’s 95th Birthday
The actress representative told the outlet that Betty is taking the day off to celebrate the occasion, and doesn’t plan on doing much other than relaxing. Later tonight, she
“plans on having a low-key dinner at a friend’s house.”
Recall that last year Betty decided to work on her birthday. She spent her 95th birthday preparing for her guest spot on Freeform’s “Young & Hungry” in the form of a table read on set.
She told Parade Magazine that:
“I know it sounds corny, but I try to see the funny side and the upside, not the downside. I get bored with people who complain about this or that. It’s such a waste of time,”
“Enjoy life. Accentuate the positive, not the negative. It sounds so trite, but a lot of people will pick out something to complain about, rather than say, ‘Hey, that was great!’ It’s not hard to find great stuff if you look.”
As always she is so inspiring.
Beloved TV star seems to have a patent on old age. The actress started career from “Life With Elizabeth” and “Date With the Angels” in fifties. After her success as Sue Ann Nivens she started her own TV series, “The Betty White Show” in 1977-78. She won Emmy Award for series who has starred in such popular humors as “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and “The Golden Girls”.