Rumeysa Gelgi, who has been named the World’s Tallest Woman by Guinness World Records (GWR), has now broken three additional records.
Her most recent measurement revealed that she stands at a towering 215.16 cm (7ft 0.7in), and her worldwide popularity too has reached dizzying heights.
There is a video posted by GWR on YouTube where she can be seen explaining about herself and the disease she got by birth.
“I got bullied a lot as a kid, but that one of the benefits of being tall is that you can hold Guinness World Records,” she said.
“I received my first record title in 2014 as a teenager and since then I have been using her title for advocacy reasons that is why I am grateful for,” Ms Gelgi added.
Ms Gelgi normally moves in a wheelchair due to her disability, and can walk only for short periods of time.