Zheng Suzhen is an 85-year-old grandmother from China who has a thing or two to teach about style to the younger generations.
Her great-grandson-in-law Ding Guoliang, who is a professional photographer, posted a few snaps of the woman on Weibo, China’s version of Twitter:
Remind you of anyone? Yup, our beloved Queen:
The pictures were uploaded by Ding under the nickname Jesse Xiao Ye.
His wife and Zheng’s great-granddaughter Qian Qian also feature in the photo series:
And she left a lovely comment on her husband’s post:
People immediately started comparing Zheng to Queen Elizabeth II, who is six years older than her:
According to Taihainet, Zheng, who has seven children, 15 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren, had quite a difficult life.
She was born in a poor family in Xiamen, southeast China’s Fujian Province, and her father died when she was only 9.
Her husband also abandoned her and she had to raise their seven children alone working as a pig farmer.
After their children became adults, she finally started enjoying life on her own, travelling to Hong Kong, Taiwan and many Chinese cities on her own, despite knowing only her local dialect and no Mandarin, MailOnlinereports.
“I want to capture my great-grandmother’s beauty,” her great-grandson-in-law said. “It’s such a special thing to photograph your family members.”
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