Hilda Baci visits Guinness World Records office in London

Chef Hilda Baci

Chef Hilda Baci has visited the Guinness World Records global headquarters located at the South Quay Plaza, Canary Wharf in London.

The chef was asked to visit the headquarters after she posted her location as London in a video she shared on X on Thursday.

A few hours later, Guinness World Record shared a photo of Hilda and another photo of the chef posing with the team.

“Former record holder Hilda Baci stopped by to say hello to the team at our London HQ. Will we be seeing Hilda set any new records soon?” The post on X read.

An excited Hilda also posted a video of herself via Instagram, having a good time at the office and interacting with the team.

@guinnessworldrecords called and I pulled,” she captioned the video.

On November 7, Hilda removed the title of world record holder for the longest cooking marathon by an individual from her social media bio.

The 27-year-old announced the removal on a Tuesday evening after the Guinness World Record announced an Irish chef Alan Fisher as the latest world record holder for the title.

“Just as Chef Lata respectfully acknowledged the new record holder by updating her bio and later fine-tuning the wording, I’ve adjusted mine too,” Hilda wrote.

“Achieving such a record is no small feat, and I know this firsthand. I have only the greatest admiration for the hard work it took for Alan to reach such heights.

“Sportsmanship is about recognizing progress, whether the accolade is in my bio or not. I remain a record-holder in spirit and in history. Let’s celebrate achievement and the spirit of competition.

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“I’m so happy to have held a record so prestigious and profound that I will forever be honored and grateful for all the love and support.”

Hilda’s social media bio now reads, “digital creator”.

The Guinness World Records disclosed that Fisher cooked for 119 hours and 57 minutes at his restaurant in Japan, surpassing the previous record held by Hilda by over 24 hours.