Australia’s oldest similar twins have a good time their 102nd birthday in type – and say the key to their longevity is avoiding two very fashionable drinks
- Concie Marshall and Leila Moag are Australia’s oldest similar twins
- They’ve simply turned 102 years outdated and nonetheless reside collectively at Berry
- Their father is believed to have lived to 104 years of age
Australia’s oldest similar twins turned 102 in high-quality type on Thursday.
The sisters, Concie Marshall and Leila Moag, turned 102 this week at a small household gathering at an aged care residence in Berry on the New South Wales south coast this week.
Sporting matching floral shirts and spectacles the centenarians celebrated with matching scones and cups of tea, and sung with fellow residents in entrance of an enormous pink birthday cake and a bouquet of purple flowers.
Concie Marshall and Leila Moag are Australia’s oldest similar twins, at 102. They celebrated with household and fellow aged care residence residents at Berry – a reduction after kinfolk needed to wave throughout the carpark this time final 12 months due to Covid restrictions
The twins Leila and Concie have been born on April 30, 1919, in Berry, on the NSW south coast, and by no means lived quite a lot of hundred metres away from one another in over a century
It was a welcome reduction for the sisters to have a good time collectively after their household have been pressured to look at and wave from a distance within the carpark final 12 months, attributable to Covid restrictions on the residence.
They have been born in Berry in 1919 and nonetheless reside there right now in a neighborhood aged care residence.
They informed 7News the key to their longevity was consuming water and never white wine or whisky.
In addition they pretended to not know the way outdated they have been, joking that they have been ‘both 82 or 84’ this 12 months.
The twins’ father is believed to have lived to 104.
They’re believed to have by no means lived quite a lot of hundred metres aside all through their total lives.
The similar twin sisters, from Berry, NSW, have been exhausting to inform aside their complete lives – and as shut as any sisters may very well be
At their 102nd birthday celebration they credited consuming water and never whisky as the key to their longevity