Twins celebrate 100th anniversary, share the secrets of longevity
• The twins celebrate 100th anniversary, share the secrets of longevity
Meet Irene Crump and Phyllis Jones - twin sister, who celebrated together the 100-year anniversary. The twins were born with a difference of 25 minutes of November 20, 1916, we went to the same school, worked together on their first job in a porcelain company, and now live together in the town of Stourbridge, UK. They are very close and friendly, despite the fact that spent nearly a century side by side.
And recently the sisters noted the important and, admittedly, a rare date - the 100 th birthday. They called 48 guests and arranged a lunch. "We often celebrate the birthday together, and this day was no exception, we had a perfectly it - shared the youngest of the sisters, Irene. - And the 90-year anniversary and the 99th birthday we also celebrated together. Hard work and good food - that's our secret. "
It is worth noting that the sisters asked their friends and relatives do not give them anything, and instead transfer the money to an air ambulance.
Irene Crump and Phyllis Jones recently celebrated its 100 years.
Sister with her mother.
The four-Irene and Phyllis with her older sister, Dorothy, who died a few years ago, crossed the threshold of 90 years.
Irene (second from right) and Phyllis (third from left) at the wedding of Dorothy (center) with his father (third from right).
Pictures of the sisters, where they are a little more than 20 years.
Irene said: "We were friends for life and lived near each other, but five years ago, the Phillies moved to my husband's death. I can not walk long distances, and my sister every day passes the quarter, where we live. "
It seems to us that, in addition to hard work and good food helps sisters friendship and love for each other.