In a year of tough and emotional losses, 2021 decided to end on a big one. Betty White, a comedy legend most prominently known for her role in The Golden Girls passed on Dec. 31.

Betty White died from a stroke suffered on Dec. 25, 2021, six days before her Dec. 31 death at age 99, according to her death certificate, the Associated Press reports.

The LA County death certificate lists cerebrovascular accident, the medical term for a stroke, as her cause of death.

When the news first broke of her death, the Los Angeles Police Department tweeted that its preliminary investigation reveals a “natural cause of death, and there is no evidence of foul play.”

Her longtime agent Jeff Witjas confirmed to ABC News that she died of natural causes.

“She died in her sleep, in her own bed. It’s as simple as that,” Witjas told ABC News.

Betty White died in her home on North Carmelina Avenue in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles.

No! “I can absolutely, 100 percent say, Betty did not pass because of the booster, she did not pass because of COVID, she never had COVID,” her agent Jeff Witjas told ET.