She is of the view that being single has made her stay tough .
“I’m not sure if anybody ever attempt it on – but they never got anywhere! She says she never felt the requirement for romance and never had time for a man.
“She did like the odd sherry however ,” her niece Sheena Campbell was quoted as saying.
Blyth was born in 1904.
She used to listen flower club and church, sang in the choir, and played golf or gardening. She always reside in Edinburgh and worked for 35 years as a personal secretary to a whisky producer .
Sheena said: “She was wrapped up in her church and she loved her choir and flower club.
“And she had a high-capacity job, which meant she was always busy.
“I think she was also a bit of a magnificent lady as she was the first-born and acted as a head with her six brothers and sisters.
“She never had time to be sad. She’s an astonishing character. You wouldn’t believe she was 106.”
Info : The Sun Magazine