Meet Mary Belle Roach and Mae Belle Powell, better known as "The Wallace Twins." They're a set of identical sisters who've had an inseparable bond for decades--ten of them, to be exact. That's right: This past March, the sisters reached their 100th birthday together, and the photos of their sisterly celebration are utterly heartwarming.
Born during World War I on March 25, 1916 in Symsonia, KY--where they live today--Mary Belle and Mae Belle Wallace have memories of being teenagers during the Great Depression and of attending college together, studying to become teachers.
Later, the duo married best friends they had grown up with and became teachers at Symsonia Elementary School--earning just $1 a day!--where they taught together, in classrooms right across the hall from each other, for the next 42 years. At one point, they spent time living in Detroit while their husbands fought in World War II.
Now, their husbands have passed away, so the sisters live together again and take care of each other. Local celebrities, they go to the gym every morning together and get their hair done every Friday afternoon, always dressed alike.
"If I'm not with her, I worry about her," Powell told Today.com. "If I'm with her, I don't worry about her."
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