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Family of 12 siblings bags Guinness world record for combined age of 1,042 years

The D'Cruz family of 12 siblings were awarded the world record for highest combined age on December 15 when their combined ages totalled 1,042 years, 315 days.

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi | December 30, 2020 2:43:47 pm
Guinness World Records, 12 siblings combined age, Guinness book of world records, World record for combined age, Siblings combined age record, 1,042 combined age world record, Trending news, Indian Express newsThe family ranges in age from 75 to 97 years old with Genia Carter of London, Ontario, being the youngest in the family.

A family of 12 made it to the Guinness Book of World Records after their combined age added up to more than a 1,000 years.

According to the book of records, the D’Cruz family of 12 siblings were awarded the world record for highest combined age on December 15 when their combined ages totalled 1,042 years, 315 days.’

The range in age is from 75 to 97 years old, with Genia Carter being the youngest in the family.

Carter told The London Free Press that the family remains close-knit and her siblings also keep touch through a daily video call at 11 a.m.

According to the report, Carter and her family grew up in Pakistan before migrating to Canada. While one sibling now lives in California, others live in Switzerland and Canada.

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