Amazing twins celebrate their 100th birthday and prove they're the ultimate sister act


 These twins have proved they're quite the sister act after celebrating their 100th birthday.

Irene Crump and Phyllis Jones have spent a whole century together after being born 25 minutes apart on November 20 1916 - and even live together in Stourport, Worcs.

The twins - who aren't identical but look remarkably similar - attended the same school and shared their first job at Steatite Porcelain Products before Irene married farmer Samuel Crump.

The pair are thought to be one of just six sets of 'centenarian' twins in the UK and go out for lunch most Fridays at the Lenchford Inn, where they celebrated their birthday.

They didn't ask for presents to mark their special day, instead requesting donations for the air ambulance.

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