Beloved actress Betty White had not been seen in public for two years prior to her death on Friday, Dec. 31. The actress reportedly hid out in her home to take extra safety precautions during the pandemic.
In her last photos, the Golden Girls star looked happy and healthy despite approaching 100 years of age.
White was last photographed in public the day before her 98th birthday. The shutterbugs later spotted her running errands with her driver in January 2020.
During the outing, the late actress appeared in great spirits while posing for the camera with a big grin on her face.
The Hot In Cleveland alum donned a turquoise floral blouse, matching pants, and tiny black heels in the snaps. White completed her look with a bold red lip and a matching red and white scarf hanging on her neck.
Reports indicated that following the sighting, the actress decided to begin limiting contact with others to avoid contracting COVID-19. She claimed she was "relaxing through her quarantine" at her home in Los Angeles when the pandemic first hit the country.
During her stay-at-home order, she reportedly hired someone to take care of her essential errands and was "only coming in contact with people being equally cautious of the virus."
White's death came just two weeks before her 100th birthday. Earlier this week, the actress expressed her excitement to celebrate the grand milestone by appearing on the cover of People Magazine.
"My 100th birthday...I cannot believe it is coming up, and People Magazine is celebrating with me!" she tweeted. "The new issue of @People is available on newsstands nationwide."
In her chat with the outlet, she claimed she was "so lucky to be in such good health and feel so good at this age."
As Radar previously reported, the late comedian died in her home Friday morning at the age of 99.
According to officials, the Los Angeles Police Department arrived at her home after receiving a call around 9:30 AM concerning her passing.
The authorities later investigated to determine if there was any foul play involved. Following an examination of the scene, the law enforcement confirmed no foul play was in connection to the demise.
After learning about the star's passing, some of her neighbors and fans paid tribute to the actress by placing flowers down on the ground outside her gate.