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Bob Saget wrote about his death just days before his sudden death at the age of 65 to pay tribute to his late friend Betty White.

BOB Saget wrote of the death just days before his sudden death at the age of 65 to pay tribute to his late friend Betty White, who passed away before her 100th birthday.

Just before the new year, Bob taken to Instagram and shared a long message about the Golden Girls actress.

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The Full House actor mentioned that Betty, 99, has always said that “the love of her life is her husband, Allen Ludden, whom she lost in 1981.”

He continued: “Well, if everything goes according to Betty’s design— in the afterlife, they’ll reunite.

“I don’t know what happens when we die, but if Betty says you’ll be with the love of your life, I’d happily deny Betty this.”

America’s Funniest Home Video host concluded: “Betty White. God, we’ll miss you.”

Just a few weeks until her 100th birthday on January 17th, TMZ was the first to report that the beloved actress was passed away at her house on New Year’s Eve morning.

The Hot in Cleveland star is in the news died of natural causes.

In his last post On social media, the How I Met Your Mother actor talked about “really nice audiences” in Jacksonville.

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https://www.thesun.co.uk/tv/17271493/bob-saget-death-passing-heartfelt-tribute-betty-white/ Bob Saget wrote about his death just days before his sudden death at the age of 65 to pay tribute to his late friend Betty White.

Huynh Nguyen

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