Betty White and husband Allen Ludden are seen at an International Broadcasting Awards dinner tribute to Mary Tyler Moore on March 19, 1974. Ludden was her third husband and they were married until his death from cancer in 1981. They had no children.

Betty White and husband Allen Ludden are seen at an International Broadcasting Awards dinner tribute to Mary Tyler Moore on March 19, 1974. Ludden was her third husband and they were married until his death from cancer in 1981. They had no children.

Betty White and Allen Ludden - happily married for 18 years when he died of cancer leaving her broken hearted.

Betty White and Allen Ludden - happily married for 18 years when he died of cancer leaving her broken hearted.

Betty White and Allen Ludden (this was such an endearing love story, they found each other in middle age, married, totalling devoted to each other and he died unexpectly.  She has never remarried and stil talks about him in such lovng terms)

Betty White and Allen Ludden (this was such an endearing love story, they found each other in middle age, married, totalling devoted to each other and he died unexpectly. She has never remarried and stil talks about him in such lovng terms)

Idol Worship: A Hand-Curated Betty White GIF Therapy Post CHECK THIS OUT it's basically my pin board haha

Idol Worship: A Hand-Curated Betty White GIF Therapy Post CHECK THIS OUT it's basically my pin board haha

Betty White, and her husband Allen Ludden. he hosted the game show, "Password".

Betty White, and her husband Allen Ludden. he hosted the game show, "Password".

In the Sixties, Betty White was a fixture on television game shows and as host, with Lorne Greene, of the annual Tournament of Roses Parade. As a celebrity on game shows, she was known for her smart, competitive game play. She appeared on husband Allen Luden’s “Password,” the original “Match Game,” “What’s My Line” and others. She appeared frequently on “The Tonight Show,” eventually guest-hosting for Johnny Carson a few times.

In the Sixties, Betty White was a fixture on television game shows and as host, with Lorne Greene, of the annual Tournament of Roses Parade. As a celebrity on game shows, she was known for her smart, competitive game play. She appeared on husband Allen Luden’s “Password,” the original “Match Game,” “What’s My Line” and others. She appeared frequently on “The Tonight Show,” eventually guest-hosting for Johnny Carson a few times.

1965 | Betty White | She adopted her signature bouffant and made guest appearances on Password, hosted by husband Allen Ludden.

Betty White's Changing Looks

1965 | Betty White | She adopted her signature bouffant and made guest appearances on Password, hosted by husband Allen Ludden.

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