3. Francesco and Luisa Pace
Born on July 12, 1914, in Matera, Italy, Francesco and Luisa Pace have celebrated their 100th birthday in 2014 with friends and family. Starting from the very first years of their life, when World War I was looming and then, a few years later, with WWII, they have been inseparable. After the combined 200 years, they had three children, ten grandchildren, and many great-grandchildren. Many of whom were at the “Big 100” party. In one of the very scarce articles, the twins were asked about the secret of longevity. The answer was “the vegetarian diet,” to which they’d been keeping for the last 30 years. Unfortunately, sometimes Google doesn’t have all the answers, so we don’t know if Francesco and Luisa are still alive, but if they are, they’d be celebrating their 107th birthday in 2021!
4. Marian Warner and Nora Langton
Our next set of siblings comes from the United Kingdom and could probably be the oldest living twins in the world right now. The last time the world heard from Marian and Nora was in 2017, and back then, they were 105. Assuming they are still swinging and hopping, these sisters are now 108 and have lived amazing and wonderful lives. Marian taught kids at school for most of her life, while Nora helped the unemployed and homeless. That’s what a social worker does, right? Either way, they’re living happily in different nursing homes and probably don’t even care that Covid-19 is walking the Earth.