- While some look older than their age, others look younger than their actual age
- A 50-year-old woman who recently shared her birthday photos falls in the second category
- She recently left social media users in shock after sharing photos from her 50th birthday photo-shoot
A 50-year-old woman has left social media users in shock after she shared stunning photos from her 50th birthday photo-shoot.
The woman with the handle saida_ramirez50 on Instagram shared the photos on her page with the caption: “Blessed to see 50. Yes, 50 #5/15 .”
Social media users took to her comment section to express their surprise at her age, saying she doesn't look 50.
Legit.ng had earlier shared photos of an 82-year-old grandma who left netizens surprised. A Twitter user, Carmen (@wild__hearts), shared photos of her grandmother on the micro-blogging platform and the comment section went wild.
It's not hard to see why people are gushing over the photos as the gray-haired granny whom Carmen revealed is 82, has still got impeccable style and looks exceptionally fit for her age.
In the photos shared by Carmen, her granny whose hairline is remarkable shows off her beautiful physique and fashion tastes with every photo she appears in.
Due to the traction the first set of photos got, Carmen also shared a throwback of the woman in her 30s and that was enough proof for many people, that she has always been a fashion slayer.
In other news, Drs Cynthia and Jasmine Kudji, mother and daughter respectively, have etched their names in the books of history by becoming the first mum and daughter to graduate medical school in the same year and be matched at the same institution.
Jasmine attended LSU School of Medicine in New Orleans, Louisiana while her mother Cynthia enrolled at The University of Health and Sciences on the island of St. Kitts and Nevis in the Caribbean.
The duo have shared their story and lovely photos of their big day to motivate people all over the world.
Dr Jasmine Kudji studied General Surgery while her mother Cynthia enrolled in the Family Medicine Programme.
They graduated in March 2020 and would officially begin their residency on July 1, 2020.
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