The world’s oldest living male twins, Pieter and Paulus Langerock of Belgium, toasted to their 103rd birthday on Friday.
The pair have almost always lived together, with neither of them getting married. Today, they share a room at the Ter Venne retirement home in Sint-Martens-Latem.
Both worked as court magistrates in the mid-20th century, and prefer to be known as “Pierre and Paul” due to their Francophone preferences.
They have two more years to match the record of US-born twins Dale and Glen Moyer, both of whom reached 105.