Romesa is the world’s tallest woman with a rare disease
ISTANBUL: A 24-year-old Turkish woman is currently seven feet 0.7 inches tall and was recently named the world’s tallest living woman by the Guinness Book of World Records.
Romisa Galji is over 215 cm tall and suffers from a rare disease called Weaver’s Syndrome, which allows all organs, including height, to grow rapidly. But Romeesa also suffers from a number of other complications.
In 2014, the Guinness Book of World Records named her the tallest teenage girl, and now she has been named the tallest woman.
Romeesa needs a wheelchair because of her condition, but she can walk a short distance. She wants to raise public awareness of the disease. However, they are also very optimistic.
“Every shortcoming can be turned into a benefit, but the condition is that you accept yourself and show the best of your potential,” Romessa told reporters. She says people are surprised to see her, but also helps and sympathizes with her.
Speaking at the ceremony, Guinness Book of World Records editor Craig Glende said, “We welcome her back to this award because she has a passion that sets her apart from everyone else.” Short awards usually don’t change that fast, so I congratulate them.
It should be noted that the tallest living man in the world also lives in Turkey. Sultan Quisen’s height is eight feet three inches and it is a strange coincidence that the tallest man and woman belong to the same country.