Beautiful engineer honours great-grandma who celebrated 101st birthday

Beautiful engineer honours great-grandma who celebrated 101st birthday

- A beautiful engineer, who was identified as @kiraaa__9, shared great news with her followers on Twitter

- She revealed that her great-grandmother celebrated her 101st birthday on Tuesday

- @kiraaa__9 posted a throwback video to her great-granny's birthday party last year and her post went viral

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A beautiful young woman, who was simply identified as @kiraaa__9, shared some good news with tweeps amid a global pandemic.

The architectural engineer shared a throwback video of her great-grandmother's 100th birthday in 2019 and revealed her gogo made it another year.

"She made it to 101 y’all," the beauty captioned the post.

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Beautiful engineer honours great-grandma who celebrated 101st birthday

In 2019, a family threw an epic 100th birthday party for a great-grandma and she has now celebrated another year of like. Photo: @Kiraaa_._9.
Source: Twitter

@kiraaa__9 accompanied the post with a throwback video to an epic birthday party they held for her great-granny last year.

The clip has gathered over two million views and tweeps across the world were happy to hear about the centenarian's birthday.

Soon, other social media users started sharing photos of their own grannies - many of whom are well over the age of 90.

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported Queen Elizabeth II knighted 100-year-old World War II veteran Captain Tom Moore, who became a national celebrity by raising millions for the United Kingdom's National Health Service (NHS).

The new Sir Tom Moore was knighted in an outdoor ceremony at Windsor Castle on Friday. Moore pledged to walk 100 laps around his garden to raise funds for healthcare workers. Moore raised almost £33 million (around R696 million) by walking laps of his backyard.

In her first official engagement in person since the lockdown, Queen Elizabeth II emerged in the grounds of Windsor Castle for the “unique ceremony”. Her arrival was announced by the sound of bagpipes played by the Queen’s Piper, Pipe Major Richard Grisdale of the Royal Regiment of Scotland.

She knighted Moore with her father's sword and praised him for his fundraising efforts, saying, according to the PA Media news agency.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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