Valerie Bertinelli Celebrates 60th Birthday, Opens Up on Her Relationship With Her Son Wolfie
- Host of the food network and Hot in Cleveland Star Valerie Bertinelli celebrates her 60th birthday by taking refuge in Los Angeles during the COVID-19 pandemic.
- During a live Today interview with Hoda Kotb, Valerie opened up about her relationship with her son, Wolfie. The couple celebrated their birthday this week as best they could; her son was standing in front of Valérie’s house.
- Valerie donated $ 60,000 to numerous organizations to help support at-risk communities affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Valerie Bertinelli celebrated an important milestone this week – her 60th birthday! But her birthday celebrations have taken on a new form since she is currently at home in Los Angeles, as social distancing orders are in place in California and most of the United States. In a live interview on NBC Today, Bertinelli celebrated his 60th birthday with all the hosts of the morning show, including Hoda Kotb and Savannah Guthrie, who then roasted with Carson Daly, Al Roker and Craig Melvin.
Despite the current events, she says she feels “gratitude” for the life she has built, especially with her son Wolfgang Van Halen, who helped Valérie celebrate as best he could.
Valerie says her 29-year-old son was able to spend his birthday earlier this week. Like many others, they celebrated the happy occasion from a distance. “Wolfie came one day with his mask and gloves and he didn’t want to enter the house,” she told Hoda. “He just stayed outside. It’s heartbreaking, but taking shelter on site is what will help us get through it, as hard and stimulating as it may be… ”
Food Network Host and Alumni One day at a time The star says that raising her son was one of the highlights of her life. When asked what he meant to her, she replied, “Let me know how to do something right.” Fighting emotions, Valérie added: “When I became her mother, I felt good in the world… I felt whole. He’s just a very special human being, and I love him very much. “
Although the COVID-19 pandemic certainly affected her in her own way, Valérie focuses on giving back for her birthday this year, saying that she is working more than ever to “connect” with people. Her birthday wish? “Just to find that pure joy, that pure happiness that oozes from all of us and to connect it with other people, to reach out and be of service to people, in every way possible,” she said.
In honor of her 60th birthday, Valérie donated $ 60,000 to various organizations that are fighting against the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on communities at risk. Her birthday present went to the National Domestic Workers Alliance, No Kid Hungry, Blessings in a Backpack and the Giving Back Fund to help Americans in crisis.