“I just made it up that he was in the late 80s; we forget things,” she said. “And he said, ‘No, that’s not right.” He was diagnosed shortly after this interview.
Susan, who shares four children with Tony, confirmed that he still knows who she and their children are. The proud mother is also Tony’s full-time carer. She said, “If someone has to take care of them, I want them to be me. There really is nothing that gives me more joy or pride than I can.” be with him and take care of him. “
She added, “When people say, ‘What are you doing?’ I say, ‘I take care of a national treasure.’ “
With the coronavirus pandemic still rife, Susan noted that things have gotten “a little worse”, but at this point, Tony’s doctors don’t believe it will “go down drastically”.