World’s oldest woman has set a new Guinness World Record

Guinness World Records (GWR) recently posted on Instagram about a woman who, at the age of 115, became “the world’s oldest woman living and the world’s oldest person living”.

A woman named Maria Branyas Moreira was born in March 1907, according to the organisation. Currently in Spain after living in America. GWR commented below Moreira’s photo “Mrs. Moreira is 115 years 321 days as of 19 January 2023”. Following the death of 118-year-old Lucile Randon, Maria Branyas Moreira (USA/Spain) has officially been certified as the oldest woman alive and the oldest person in the world. Maria was born in San Francisco, California on March 4, 1907. Her parents returned to Spain eight years later. She has spent the previous 22 years in the same nursing home, Residencia Santa Maria del Tura.

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They also provided a blog with further information on the woman and her life path. They also featured statements from Morera in which she discussed what contributed to her longevity. “Order, quiet, excellent relationship with family and friends, interaction with nature, emotional stability, no concerns, no regrets, lots of positivism, and staying away from toxic individuals. I believe that chance has a role in lifespan.”

Since it was shared, the post has received over 22,000 likes. People have been motivated to leave a variety of comments after seeing this post. “I think she will live for 20 more years as she is looking healthy at this age”, remarked one user. Another individual said, “Wow”. “Wait for 200 years!” said a third user.


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