Published Tuesday, 24 July 2012
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Annie McIntyre, or 'Supergran' to her family, was surrounded by loved ones as she marked being 100 years young over the weekend.
She told UTV that she was "really proud" of the five generations of her family.
"When I looked at them all yesterday and the day before, I thought: 'Thank God for them all'," she said.
"They all looked beautiful and I must say I was proud of them all."
Annie was born in 1912 and has now received messages from both the Irish president and the Queen to mark her centenary.
But what has been her secret to a long and happy life?
"Good plain food - plenty of potatoes cabbage and bacon," she told UTV.
Happy birthday, Annie!