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Betty White's cause of death clarified as agent slams rumours she died after Covid booster

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“I will miss her terribly and so will the animal world that she loved so much.“I don’t think Betty ever feared passing because she always wanted to be with her most beloved husband Allen Ludden.“She believed she would be with him again.”Betty had been speaking in recent months about her health as she turned 100.This came as a special cinematic event was due to air to coincide with her landmark birthday.This will feature interviews from Betty’s co-stars and friends, including Ryan Reynolds and Robert Redford.Speaking to PEOPLE in an interview published on December 19, she shared how her longevity was down to “avoiding anything green.”Betty had said: “I think it’s working.“I’m so lucky to be in such good health and feel so good at this age.”.

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