Betty White Is "Doing Very Well" In Lockdown During COVID-19 Pandemic, Says Rep
We have a Betty White quarantine update! The rep of the beloved 98-year-old actress provided a few comments about how she's holding up. Get the good news below!
Everyone's favourite nonagenarian star has adapted with ease to life in lockdown!
98-year-old actress Betty White just shared an update on her time in quarantine through her rep.
White's rep, who released the statement with Today, said that the former Golden Girls star is "doing very well."
Betty White's life in quarantine at age 98
The star's rep emphasized that her lockdown routines are managed with the utmost care.
"No one permitted in except those who must. Has helpers who are great with her," the rep told Today.
Despite the seriousness, the rep added that White has maintained her trademark sense of humour. "We always have laughs," the publicist revealed.
As for White's lockdown activities, the 98-year-old has plenty to keep her occupied.
"Betty has beautiful backyard with a number of wild animals visiting. Two ducks always come by to say hello. They waddle up to her glass door and look in," the rep said.
Betty White: More movies are on the way
Given the danger posed to the elderly, fans have rallied to "protect Betty White at all costs" throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
But, in fact, the rep added that: "The virus is afraid of Betty!"
All of this comes as a continuation of good news about the actress. Just three weeks earlier, it was additionally announced that there are plans for White to star in a Lifetime Christmas movie where her character "helps ready would-be Santas for the holidays," according to EW.
White will turn 99-years-old in January 2021!