Together, 214 years old, certified as the world’s longest-lived couple Ecuador August 30 at 12:37 a.m.
A couple from Ecuador, South America, who are 214 years old when combined, have been recognized by Guinness World Records as the longest-lived couple in the world.
The world’s longest-lived couples are 110-year-old Fulio and 104-year-old Waldra mina, who live in Quito, the capital of Ecuador, South America.
Appearing in front of the local media, the two held hands and Mr. Fulio kissed Mr. Waldramyna’s forehead many times to show off their love for the couple, which never cooled down.
Mr. Waldramyna, on the other hand, talked about the secret of years of marital ag which “tells the truth to each other and does not lie.”
According to the Associated News, the two married 79 years ago in 1941 without the agreement of the two family members, but since then they have five children, 11 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren, and now have nine children, including their great-grandchildren.
They still go to movie theaters and theaters together, and their hobby is to give their families the fruits they have harvested.
As the “world’s longest-lived couple,” a couple from Takamatsu City, who became 208 years old, have been recognized by Japan.