Beth Day Romulo, an American columnist and Carlos P. Romulo’s wife, has passed away. Let’s learn more about her cause of death.
How Did Beth Day Romulo?
Today, November 11, 2022, Beth Day Romulo, an American journalist, and Carlos P. Romulo’s wife, passed away at 98. She was a well-known journalist and author and the widow of the late General Carlos Romulo, the Philippines’ longtime foreign minister.
Beth Day Romulo Cause of Death
The reason of death for Beth is still unknown. The news reports state that Beth Day, who was 98 years old, died abruptly. It was discovered that she died naturally as a result of aging-related issues.
Who Was Beth?
Beth was a writer and journalist who was born on May 25, 1924, in Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States. The Writer, the Lover, and the Diplomat, Beth’s autobiography, which centered on her marriage to Carlos, was published in 2015.
Beth had already established herself as a successful and well-known journalist before she met Carlos.
Beth’s Love Life
Ruel S. de Vera writes in a piece for INQ about how the married pair first met:
“Beth Day Romulo interviewed General Carlos P. Romulo for a Reader’s Digest article in 1957, and both of them were already well-known individuals. They were both married to other people at the time, and they grew close friends, but nothing romantic occurred. However, they were widower and widow when they reconnected in 1972, fell in love, and got hitched. But that’s only the start of a brand-new tale.
The relationship between Beth and Carlos was clearly summarised during the book’s introduction in 2015 by then-Consul General Mario de Leon Jr. by drawing comparisons to American bases in the Philippines.
“Like the relationship between CPR and Beth Day Romulo, the base talks dragged on for a long time. the woman stayed in the Philippines even after he passed away, in contrast to American bases. I’m not sure how you get over that.
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