Betty White has capitalized on another golden opportunity.
The 88-years-young “Golden Girls” star will release a line of unisex T-shirts and hoodies stamped with her smiling mug, AOL Stylist reported on Wednesday.
"With Betty White's star continuing to be on the rise, she was a natural fit for Jerry Leigh Apparel," said Jerry Leigh president Andrew Leigh, whose company will dedicate a portion of proceeds from clothing sales to the Morris Animal Foundation.
Earlier this month, White revealed she will appear in a pin-up calendar to raise money for the same organization, where she serves as a trustee.
Alongside her budding business empire, White has experienced a career revival since appearing in a well-received “Snickers” Super Bowl ad.
Fans launched a successful Internet campaign to land the octogenarian as “SNL” host and White scored a role on the critically acclaimed sitcom "Hot in Cleveland."
TV Land agreed to pick up a second season of "Cleveland" earlier this month.