Woman turns 100 after living in same Earlsfield street for 75 years
A woman celebrated her 100th birthday surrounded by four generations of her family.
Lillian Beatrice Ethel Lee celebrated the day with a party at The County Arms, Trinity Road, Wandsworth.
Her two sons Andrew Lee and Tony Lee, five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren all attended the family party.
Mrs Lee has lived in Quinton Street, Earlsfield, for about 75 years, 55 of them spent with her late husband Albert Lee.
She was born in Battersea and used to work at a biscuit factory.
The centenarian sews and bakes to a professional standard, loves romantic novels and reading The Daily Mail.
Her son Andrew Lee, 67, explained the secret to her long life.
He said: "The love of a great man, her husband, Albert Lee."
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