World’s oldest identical twins celebrate 103rd birthday

The world's oldest identical twins The world’s oldest identical twins are celebrating their 103rd birthday, according to a Dec. 31 ABC Q6 report. Unfortunately, Charlotte Eisgrou and Ann Primack, were not together for their birthday, but they are still close friends.

According to Eisgrou,

“I feel wonderful. I have all my faculties.”

The two were born in 1909 in Chicago, and they spent their early hours on top of a stove to help keep them warm. Together they only weighed 7 pounds, which means they were small babies.

Primack said,

“I can’t believe it, that I’ve reached that age. The good thing is our minds are sharp. That’s the only good thing.”

The oldest identical twins spent some time fooling their friends by doing a classic switch on them. For instance, they would switch husbands and go to church, and their friends would be none the wiser.

It is beautiful that these identical twins have lived to the age of 103 and are still in such good health. They have had long and fruitful lives together. They credit their long lives to their good genes and milk.

Examiner

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