The tallest woman in the world; Guinness World Record holder Rumeys Gelgi

Do you know who is the tallest woman alive in the world today? It was Rumeysa Gelgi, a Turk. Rumeysa, 24, is 7 feet 0.7 inches tall. However, their height did not occur naturally. It is associated with a disease state. They are associated with Weaver Syndrome. But Rumeysa also holds the Guinness World Record.

Guinness World Records officials shared a video of Rumeysa on Instagram. “She is the tallest woman in the world. . . ” That was the caption of the video. “Being different is not a bad thing. It may also help you to achieve things you never expected. It is now officially approved! At 215.16 cm (7 ft. 7 in) tall, Rumeysa Gelgi, a native of Turkey, is the tallest woman in the world. ” According to a video shared by Guinness World Records officials. 3.6 More than six lakh people have already watched this video posted on social media. In the comment box of the post, many greetings are sent to Rumeys expressing solidarity and inspiration.

In 2014, Rumeysa was recognized as the tallest woman. Rumeysa was eighteen years old at the time. Rumeysa faces a variety of physical challenges due to its height. Rumeysa, who has difficulty walking, is confined to a wheelchair. Rumeysa will always have a helper next to him to help him move from one place to another.

Rumeysa is very happy to have reached the Guinness World Record. However, Rumeysa says he suffers a lot because of his height. Rumeysa recalls that he encountered many hurtful comments from people while studying in school and college because of his height. He was ridiculed by many for his height. But it all made her stronger. Rumeysa says there are many uses for being taller. Rumeysa said he was “very happy” to be in the Guinness Book of World Records. It is a happy thing for anyone in the world to be named in a record as famous as the Guinness Book of Records.

Published by:Jayesh Krishnan

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