The world's oldest person is a French nun who enjoys chocolate and wine

Parigi A 118-year-old nun living in a nursing home in southern France has become the world’s oldest living person, secondo il Guinness dei primati.

Sister André is also the world’s oldest living nun and the oldest nun ever, according to a statement released by the record-breaking authority on Lunedi.
Born as Lucile Randon on February 11, 1904, Sister André has dedicated most of her life to religious service, diceva la dichiarazione. Before becoming a Catholic nun, she looked after children during World War II and then spent 28 years caring for orphans and elderly people at a hospital.
    Sister André, who lives near the French city of Toulon, is also the world’s oldest Covid-19 survivor. The Guinness World Records statement said she tested positive for the virus at the beginning of 2021, but recovered fully within three weeks, just in time for her 117th birthday.
      In an interview with the French TV channel RMC Story on Tuesday, Sister André appeared to have mixed feelings about becoming the new oldest living person.
        I feel I would be better off in heaven, but the good Lord doesn’t want me yet,” lei disse, calling the title asad honor.
        tuttavia, she also expressed her joy at beingpamperedby her family.
          Sister André enjoys chocolate and wineand drinks a glass every dayher nursing home, Résidence Catherine Labouré, confirmed to CNN on Tuesday.
          When she turned 118 all'inizio di quest'anno, the elderly nun received a handwritten birthday note from French President Emmanuel Macronthe 18th French president of her lifetimeaccording to a tweet from the nursing home. There have also been 10 different Popes presiding over the Catholic Church since she was born.
            Sister André became the world’s eldest following the death of Kane Tanaka, a Japanese woman previously certified as the world’s oldest person, who died at the age of 119 in aprile 19.
            The title of oldest person ever recorded also belongs to a French woman. Born on February 21, 1875, Jeanne Louise Calment’s life spanned 122 anni e 164 giorni, according to the Guinness World Records statement.

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