Pieter and Paulus Langerock are the world’s oldest twins. They were born in 1913 in Belgium—and they’ve been inseparable ever since. “Paulus is my best friend. We’re always together,” says Pieter told told Reuters. Having lived so long, the twins naturally have advice for people looking to live a long life. Scroll down to read their secret…
The world’s oldest twins, Pieter and Paulus, were born July 8, 1913 in Belgium. They’ve been best friends their entire lives and they now live together in a nursing home in the Belgian city of Ghent, Reuters reports.
So what’s their secret to living a long life? Eat in moderation, don’t run after women—and drink a glass of red wine every day.
“When we were 85, we went to the doctor and he told us, ‘Don’t think you’ll be living to 100.’ Well, I never really wanted to be this old,” says Paulus.
What kind of wine do they prefer?
“Get us a Bordeaux, but a good quality one,” Paulus tells his nurse.
The 102-year-olds from Belgium are the world oldest living twins. The record for the world’s oldest twins ever is held by Americans Glen and Dale Moyer, who lived to 105 years old.
But Pieter and Paulus aren’t concerned about breaking any records. They just want to live life to the fullest as long as they can. How wonderful!
Check out the video below to learn more about the twins’ story and to hear them give even more advice about how to live the good life:
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