Celebrity Sharon Osbourne has paid a special visit to her Prestwich auntie to celebrate her 100th birthday.  

Eileen Somers, from Prestwich, celebrated her landmark birthday in February in style with her famous niece. 

To mark the big day, a party was held at Eileen’s favourite social club, The Nicky Alliance Community Centre in Manchester. 

Bury Times: 'Elvis' sings to Sharon Osbourne and Mrs Eileen Somers'Elvis' sings to Sharon Osbourne and Mrs Eileen Somers (Image: Lawrence Purcell, Freelance Photographer)

Staff at the centre said they were surprised that it was her 100th birthday, adding that Eileen "always looks so much younger". 

The day was made particularly special by some surprise guests and the highlight for Eileen was the presence of her niece, Sharon Osbourne, whose father, the late Don Arden, was Eileen’s brother. 

Sharon, married to 70s heavy metal band Black Sabbath's frontman Ozzy, took to Twitter saying she was “celebrating the queen, my aunty Eileen’s 100th birthday” with photos of the pair smiling at the party. 

Bury Times: Mrs Eileen Somers with Sharon OsbourneMrs Eileen Somers with Sharon Osbourne (Image: Lawrence Purcell, Freelance Photographer)

The High Sheriff of Greater Manchester, Lorraine Worsley-Carter also arrived to present Eileen with her 100th birthday card from the King. 

The party coincided with a visit by the Chief Rabbi, Sir Ephraim Mirvis, who on his very call to The Nicky as its patron, took the opportunity to personally express his birthday greetings.  

Chief executive at The Nicky, David Delew, said: “Eileen has been a member of The Nicky for several years, but we were all amazed to find out that she’d reached 100. She always looks so much younger.   

Bury Times: Sharon Osbourne with Aunty Eileen Somers celebrating her 100th BirthdaySharon Osbourne with Aunty Eileen Somers celebrating her 100th Birthday (Image: Lawrence Purcell, Freelance Photographer)

“Eileen attends the club regularly.

"It’s the high point of her week and it was a privilege to share her birthday here with her friends and family.” 

"Elvis" also made a special appearance, singing to Eileen and Sharon.  

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The centre aims to support individuals, families and the community by improving the quality of life of older, disabled and vulnerable people. 

Bury Times: Sharon meets an old friend Rabbi Arnold Saunders.Sharon meets an old friend Rabbi Arnold Saunders. (Image: Lawrence Purcell, Freelance Photographer)

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It also aims to help those people maintain their independence, reducing the need for residential care. 

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