Supatra “Nat” Susuphan is a girl from Bangkok who is 17 years old.
Someone once named Supatra the hairiest girl in the world, and she is also known as “Chewbacca” after the Star Wars figure.
She has been called even evil names, like “Wolf Girl” and “Monkey Face.” From head to toe, Supatra has too much hair growth.
She is one of only fifty people known to have Ambras Syndrome.
A bad gene is what causes her illness. Since the Middle Ages, only about 50 people in the world have been known to have Ambras Syndrome.
When Supatra was 11, she broke the Guinness World Record for having the most hair of any girl in the world.
She shaved her face to get married to the love of her life when she was 17.
NAT FIND LOVE
According to an RT story, Supatra’s father Samreng confirmed that she still has Ambras Syndrome. However, she began shaving her face and body after marrying the man who has become her love.
She says wonderful and sweet things about her husband. The picture’s comment on Facebook said, “not just my first lover, you’re the love of my life.”
People who had Ambras Syndrome were called “werewolves” before it was fully known.
She was often called “Wolf Girl,” but that didn’t stop her from sharing how happy she was to live and laugh.
She said she doesn’t feel “any different to anyone else, and I’ve got lots of friends at school” at the Guinness World Records event in Rome in 2010.
She said, “Being hairy makes me special.” The time she was named the hairiest girl in the world was one of the most exciting times of her life.
One of the best parts of the show for on-screen judge Marco Frigatti was meeting Nat. Marco said, “She’s a remarkable little girl.”
“She’s proud of who she is and wants to be treated just like everyone else. She’s not the one with the problem – it’s only those who treat her differently who’ve got the problem,” he added.
The Daily Mail says that when Supatra was born, she had to have two operations just to make sure she could breathe.
Even though she had a disease as a child, she became a happy person.
Supatra hasn’t given up on school either. She told the Daily Mail in 2011 how much she liked math.
She told the news center that she wanted to become a doctor so she could heal many people and help them.
The little girl found it hard to grow up in a world where bigoted biases were always present. The fact that people at school would avoid her made things hard for her.
But Supatra never gave up, and over time, her group came to accept her.
She played with friends and made friends easily as a child. Now she is married to someone she loves very much.
Stories don’t always end in sadness, and this is just the beginning of a beautiful and strong Supatra.
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