Sister Andrea breathed her last at the age of 118

 Sister Andrea, known as the world’s oldest person, died at the age of 118. According to the administration sources, this Catholic nun breathed her last in her monastery in the city of Toulon in southern France on Tuesday. 

Sister Andrea was born on February 11, 1904. Her birth name was Lucile Randon. After joining a Catholic charity in 1944, she changed her name to Sister Andrea. But before that, he took the responsibility of taking care of the children during the Second World War. Then worked to look after orphaned children and the elderly for 28 consecutive years. 

French President Emmanuel Macron congratulated Sister Andrea on her 118th birthday last year in a special letter. It should be noted that Sister Andrea has seen the rule of a total of 18 presidents of the country in her life with Macron. A total of 10 Vatican Popes were elected from her birth to her death.

Once in an interview, Sister Andrea lightheartedly revealed the secret of her long life. She said, “This feat is just a glass of wine and chocolate”.

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