The television icon is a “shadow of herself.”

According to information obtained by, Barbara Walters is spending her final days in a wheelchair, confined to the apartment where she has spent most of her life, and suffering from extreme dementia.

It has been reported that Walters lives a “recluse” lifestyle inside of her apartment in New York City.

According to many sources, Barbara, who is 93 years old, has been deteriorating due to her advanced dementia. The famed newscaster reportedly has trouble getting out of bed, according to a reliable source.

Since 2016, the television legend has not been spotted in public. The insider let go that Barbara struggles with weariness and lethargy in addition to anxiety and agitation in her daily life. The phrase “She is very fragile and spends a considerable deal of the day napping!” describes her perfectly.

“Barbara is becoming less noticeable with each passing day. According to a reliable source, “She is getting closer to the end of her life, and her team is hurrying to manage affairs just the way Barbara would want them to be.” “Sadly, her dementia has been becoming worse.

She is given the opportunity to make decisions that affect her day-to-day life, yet the majority of the time she does nothing more than look blankly at the options.

According to one of our sources, the only thing that gets Walters worked up is the news programs that he watches on television. An insider spilled the beans, “When the news comes on, Barbra becomes highly irritated because she’s sure, she’s supposed to be there reporting the story!”

Now, information obtained from a new source claims that “Barbara is but a shadow of her herself.” She frequently forgets what day it is, as well as the identities of her well-known friends and her previous coworkers.

According to the insider, “now everyone is fearful for the worst possible outcome.” According to a close friend, Walters effectively spends her days locked up in her own residence. According to our sources, Walters had a steady stream of visitors before to the epidemic, but that activity began to taper off in 2020.

According to the information provided by the source, Barbara “doesn’t say much and doesn’t recall” her friends anymore. “She’s practically a skeleton at this point, and she’s so delicate that she’s confined to a wheelchair.”

Walters had previously stated that one of her goals in life was to be recognized for “having motivated other young ladies to go into this field and achieve.” When Barbara announced her retirement in 2014, she said, “I’ve said it before, but this time I mean it: They are my legacy.”

Barbara has been married four times throughout her life to three different men, and one of her children, Jacqueline, who is now 54 years old, was adopted.