Romeza Gilji, who is 215.16 cm tall, entered the Guinness Book of Records as the tallest living woman, and hopes to inspire others to accept themselves, according to the British newspaper, “Daily Mail”.
The newspaper explains that the woman’s height is due to Weaver’s syndrome, which causes accelerated height growth.
The report according to the Daily Mail
“Every flaw can be turned into an advantage for yourself, so accept yourself as you are, be aware of your potential and do your best,” said the 24-year-old Turkish girl.
This is the second time Gilji has set a world record after she was named the tallest living teenager in 2014. Since then, she has used her platform to defend others with rare conditions, and she mostly uses a wheelchair even though she can walk. With the help of walking frame.
Gilji is the tallest woman in the world
Craig Glenday, editor-in-chief of Guinness World Records, said: “It is an honor to welcome Romesa back to the record books. Her indomitable spirit and pride in standing out from the crowd is an inspiration.”
“He added, “The longest-lived woman category isn’t one that changes often, so I’m excited to share this news with the world.”.”
The tallest woman in the world
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