Rosalynn and Jimmy Carter mark quiet New Year’s Eve in Georgia

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The naval officer turned peanut farmer, turned governor, turned president, turned Nobel Peace Prize winner and oldest living former president celebrated his 97th birthday Oct. 1. A couple of months earlier on Aug. 18, the former first lady — who has blazed her own trail through her advocacy for causes such as mental health, refugee welfare, immunizations, voting rights, caregivers and housing — turned 94.

As part of their memorable 2021, on July 7 the couple celebrated their 75th wedding anniversary with a star-studded party featuring Bill and Hillary Clinton, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, former Ambassador Andrew Young, country music stars Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood and media mogul Ted Turner.

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