We have all seen plus-size individuals, but the majority of us have never seen the world's heaviest woman. The majority of people believe that some individuals become overweight as a result of their diet, but this is not always the case because there are certain people who were born with a natural tendency to be overweight.
As part of this post, I'll show you some historical and contemporary photographs of the World's Fattest Woman, so you can see how her appearance changed over the years.
Pauline, who weighs more than 643 lbs, is definitely a large woman. According to accounts, she enjoys eating and for breakfast she consumes more than six eggs, pieces of bread, bacon, and butter.
Despite the fact that Pauline enjoys eating, it is clear from her early photographs that she was overweight from the start.
Pauline's younger years are documented in the photographs below.
Please see below for some current photos of Pauline.
What do you think of Pauline Potter's old and new photographs? Please express your thoughts in the comments section.
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