Betty White Revealed The Biggest Rue Of Her Life; Also The Reason Why She Did Not Get Married After Husband's Death

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Betty White Revealed The Biggest Rue Of Her Life; Also The Reason Why She Did Not Get Married After Husband's Death

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After years of togetherness, what would be the biggest regret? We all have our own answers to that and can be different in its way. But you will find it uncommon when you will know about the regret of actress Betty White’s. Let’s know about the aesthetic reason of she not getting married after the death of Husband’s death.

An Exquisite reason behind not remarrying!

The seven times Emmy Award winner comedian Betty White is known for her roles in The Golden Girls and The Mary Tyler Moore Show among her famous. The American actress met the love of her life, Allen Ludden when she made her appearance as a guest on the game show, Password, in 1961. 

Caption: Betty White and Allen Ludden first met in a game show 'Password' in 1961.

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Before getting married to Allen Ludden in 1963, Allen Ludden proposed Betty White twice but first she denied. She revealed while making her appearance in an interview with Oprah Winfrey in 2015 that not marrying Allen Ludden for a year is the biggest regret of her life. She stated

"I spent a whole year, wasted a whole year that Allen and I could have had together, saying, 'No, I wouldn't marry him. No, I won't. No, I won't leave California. No, I won't move to New York,'" I wasted a whole year we could have had together. But we made it. We finally did."

Caption: Betty White disclosed the regret of her life while making her appearance in an interview with Oprah Winfrey.

But tragically, Ludden passed away in 1981 due to stomach cancer. The actress who celebrated her 95th birthday on January 2017, she didn’t remarry after the death of Ludden. The reason behind not marrying even after 34 years of husband’s death, she responded to Larry King,

“Once you've had the best, who needs the rest?”

During her another interview with Piers Morgan in 2012 she mentioned,

“I had 18 wonderful years with Allen Ludden, The first two were . . . rehearsals.”

Betty White has always considered her last marriage the best which can never be replaced but preoccupied with her career. She never got a chance to have her own children but always cherished the fact that she is blessed with her step children.

Caption: A happy family of Betty White; White with her late husband Allen Ludden and her stepchildren.

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Before getting married to the father of three Allen Ludden in 1963, she was married to US Army pilot Dick Barker in 1945. Due to some personal reasons, the marriage didn’t last long. Then she remarried Hollywood agent Lane Allen in 1947 but divorced in 1949.

Caption: Betty White was second time married to Canadian actor Lane Allen (1947-1949). 

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After investing 75 years in the industry, apart from acting, she has also been involved as an animal rights activist, author, comedian, radio host, singer, and television personality. And she has been able to story her career. 

#Dick Barker #Lane Allen #Allen Ludden #American actress

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