Mexican woman who inspired Pixar’s Mama Coco has died at 109

Disney Pixar’s animated film ‘Coco’ was released in 2017 and was a roaring success. Viewers fell in love with its characters, especially the grandmother who gave the feature film its name, ‘Mama Coco‘.

The elderly woman who inspired the studio to base its character, Maria Salud Ramirez Caballero, has passed away in Michoacan (Mexico) at the age of 109.

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