Victoria Point sister-in-laws share a special bond at Salford Waters Retirement Village

THREE special friends live together in a Victoria Point retirement village.

LAUGH A LOT: Victoria Point sister-in-laws Joyce Dennis, 93, Elise Hampson, 96 and Annie Hampson, 92 share a close friendship.

LAUGH A LOT: Victoria Point sister-in-laws Joyce Dennis, 93, Elise Hampson, 96 and Annie Hampson, 92 share a close friendship.

The nonagenarians share a special bond as they laugh and joke about their forever intertwined lives.

Sisters-in-laws Annie Hampson, 92, Joyce Dennis, 93, and Elsie Hampson, 96, are popular at Salford Waters Retirement Village where they have lived for more than 25 years.

Annie and Elsie married Joyce's brothers, George and Len many years ago. The couples were married for 59 and 70 years respectively.

Joyce married her husband, Frank in 1947 and had five children.

"I met George through cousins. I lived in Victoria and we corresponded for five years before getting married and I moved to Queensland. I met the girls when we got engaged," Annie said.

It took Elsie a few minutes to count up all her family members.

"I have seven children, 15 grandchildren, 10 great grandchildren... and one great-great grandchild," she said.


The sister-in-laws share a joke.

The sister-in-laws share a joke.