This woman owns the 'world's oldest' unopened Easter egg, pays Rs 8k every month to keep it cool
Millions of people around the world celebrate the festival of Easter Sunday. It is also the end of the 40-day period of austerity, fasting, and penance - called Lent.
Easter Sunday, which celebrates the resurrection of Christ on Day 3 (after his crucifixion on Good Friday), is a day that children look forward to for the chocolate eggs, the Easter egg hunt, etc.
There are various traditions involving the egg that is carried out on Easter Sunday.
Many collect Easter eggs and keep them safe for years.
But no one has done it more impressively than Hillion Fern, a 75-year-old grandmother from the UK who is the proud owner of the world's oldest unopened Easter egg.
Hillion was just 13-years-old when she was gifted the Easter egg by her father from a local shop
Hillion, who is a retired wildlife trust worker, has two children, four grandchildren, and one great-grandchild. All of them have seen her Easter egg