May Willis: I'm 110 and I've enjoyed every moment of life - Centenarian

May Willis: I'm 110 and I've enjoyed every moment of life - Centenarian

- May Willis is 110 years - she says she often thinks about death and also sees herself at her funeral

- Willis has lived through world wars and she currently lives independently because she hates asking people to do anything

- The centenarian, who has never smoked or taken alcohol, is one of the oldest people in the United Kingdom

A centenarian identified as May Willis has said she has enjoyed every moment of life, adding that at 110 years death does not worry her.

In a video posted by BBC, May, who was born in 1910, said she often thinks about death and that she sees herself at her funeral.

Legit.ng gathers that the centenarian has lived through world wars and she currently lives independently because she hates asking people to do anything.

May Willis: I'm 110 and I've enjoyed every moment of life - Centenarian

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She said: "I'm May, and I'm 110, and I've enjoyed every moment of it. I was born in 1910. Oh, I often think about death. Yes. I see myself at my funeral."

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According to her, she was married to a man named Fred for 57 years, and it was a very happy marriage.

Willis, who is one of the oldest people in the United Kingdom, has never smoked or taken alcohol.

She said: "I live independently because I hate asking anybody to do anything. I've got a little garden on my table, so I spend a lot of time looking after them. I don't feel 110. I have never smoked in my life. I've never had a drink.

"I know as long as I live that I can keep as well as I am. But I'm ready to go at any time. Doesn't worry me."

Willis said she would like to be remembered as being a cheerful, happy and kind person.

She added: "At my funeral when everybody is on their way out, I want Gracie Fields singing Wish Me Luck As You Wave Me Goodbye. And that's it."

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the world's oldest man, Chitetsu Watanabe, died in Japan at the age of 112.

Watanabe died on Sunday, February 23, with his death being announced on Tuesday, February 25 by the Niigata prefecture government.

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