Sister has spent his whole life around.
Meet Irene crump and Phyllis Jones — sisters-twins who celebrated together the 100th anniversary. The twins were born with a difference in 25 minutes 20 November 1916, went to the same school, worked together at my first job in China and now live together in the city Stourbridge, UK. They are very close and friendly, despite the fact that he had spent almost a century side by side.
And recently, the sisters stressed the important and, admittedly, rare date — the 100th birthday. They called 48 guests and made dinner. “We often celebrate birthday together, and this day was no exception, we spent it, — said the youngest sister, Irene. — And 90-year anniversary, and the 99-th birthday we also celebrate together. Hard work and good food — that’s our secret.”
It should be noted that the sisters asked their friends and relatives them nothing to give, but instead transfer money to the air ambulance.
Irene crump and Phyllis Jones recently turned 100 years old.
Sisters with their mother.
Four years Irene and Phyllis with her older sister Dorothy, who died a few years ago, crossing the milestone of 90 years.
Irene (second from right) and Phyllis (third from left) at the wedding of Dorothy (centre) with his father (third from right).
Photos of the sisters, where they are a little more than 20 years.
Irene said: “We’ve been friends and lived close to each other, but five years ago, Phyllis moved in with me after her husband’s death. I can’t walk long distances, and sister every day around the block where we live.”
It seems to us that, in addition to hard work and good food, helps the sisters friendship and love to each other.
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