The deaths of Princess Diana, Mother Teresa, and Jeanne Calment are what most people in France know about the summer of 1997.

Calment was capable of preventing dying for 122 years, 5.2 months, and 14.2 days.

A French woman's average life expectancy was 45 years.

Both Calment's mother and father survived into their eighties and nineties, respectively.

Although her mom's family had the longevity gene, she did not leave a child who carried the gene.

On the planet, there were roughly 1.5 billion individuals, but Calment would outlive them all.

The Guinness Book of World Records had listed Calment as the oldest living person

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