Lucile drinks a glass of wine a day and has two Guinness records

THE Guinness World Records announced on Monday the 25th that the French nun has officially become the world’s oldest man, 118 years and 73 days old.

Sister Lucile Randon, born February 11, 1904, broke the record for the oldest living person after the death of Kane Tanaka of Japan at the age of 119 years and 107 days.

Lucile took the name Sister André in 1944 when he decided to become a Catholic nun.

As a young woman, she worked as a teacher, instructor, and cared for children during World War II. After the conflict, he worked for 28 years with orphans and the elderly at Vichy Hospital in France before moving on to religious life.

In a recent interview quoted by CNN, he said he likes to “pamper” his family and that he eats chocolate and drinks a glass of wine every day. On his 118th birthday, he received a handwritten letter from the President of France.

In addition to being the oldest person in the world, he is also the oldest person to survive Covid-19. The test was positive in early 2021 and fully recovered in three weeks.

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