Dick Van Dyke, 96, sings and dances with his wife Arlene Silver, 50, in new music video.

Dick Van Dyke, 96, sings and dances with his wife Arlene Silver, 50, in new music video.

The legendary Dick Van Dyke has proven he can still play, sing and dance in a new music video directed and directed by his second wife Arlene Silver in honor of Valentine’s Day.

At 96, a national treasure is 46 years older than the former makeup artist, but on February 29, the May-December duo will be celebrating their 10th wedding anniversary.

Arlene and the hairdressing trio Vantastix recorded a hilarious cover of Everyone Loves a Lover, made popular by Doris Day in 1958.

He still got it!  The legendary Dick Van Dyke proved he can still play, sing and dance in a new music video directed and directed by his second wife Arlene Silver (right) in honor of Valentine's Day.

He still got it! The legendary Dick Van Dyke proved he can still play, sing and dance in a new music video directed and directed by his second wife Arlene Silver (right) in honor of Valentine’s Day.

Still going strong!  At 96, a national treasure is 46 years older than the former makeup artist, but on February 29, the May-December duo will celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary.

Still going strong! At 96, a national treasure is 46 years older than the former makeup artist, but on February 29, the May-December duo will celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary.

Silver then tossed it to Dick, who sang the verse from his chair before standing up to show his moves at the colorful SUPERSHOW Fallen Fruit art installation in Los Angeles.

“It’s my favorite thing to do,” Van Dyck said in a 2013 Parade interview about singing with Vantastix since 2020.

“This is sort of my retirement entertainment. I don’t play golf. I like to sing and dance more.”

The four-time great-grandfather, who is just one Oscar away from elite EGOT status, has pretty good genes considering his mother Hazel passed away at age 95 in 1994 and he smoked for 50 years.

Dick Van Dyke, 96, sings and dances with his wife Arlene Silver, 50, in new music video.

‘Everyone loves me!’ Arlene and the hairdressing trio Vantastix recorded a hilarious cover of Everyone Loves a Lover, made popular by Doris Day in 1958.

Dick Van Dyke, 96, sings and dances with his wife Arlene Silver, 50, in new music video.

‘I have a ball!’ Silver then tossed it to Dick, who sang the verse from his chair before standing up to show off his moves at Fallen Fruit’s colorful SUPERSHOW art installation in Los Angeles.

Van Dyke, who has been singing with Vantastix since 2020, told Parade in 2013: “This is my favorite thing to do.  It's kind of my retirement fun.  I don't play golf.  I have more fun singing and dancing'

Van Dyke, who has been singing with Vantastix since 2020, told Parade in 2013: “This is my favorite thing to do. It’s kind of my retirement fun. I don’t play golf. I have more fun singing and dancing’

Dick first met his Bronx-born, Los Angeles-raised love when she was 39 and working at the 13th Screen Actors Guild Awards in 2007, where he presented Julie Andrews with a Lifetime Achievement Award.

“This is one of the smartest moves I’ve ever made,” Van Dyke told Parade.

‘She makes me happy. She’s very mature for her age and I’m very immature for my age, so it’s almost right!”

Everyone Loves a Lover also featured Tony Guerrero playing jazz trumpet.

Only Oscar from EGOT elite status!  The four-time great-grandfather has pretty good genes considering his mother Hazel passed away at the age of 95 in 1994 and he smoked for 50 years.

Only Oscar from EGOT elite status! The four-time great-grandfather has pretty good genes considering his mother Hazel passed away at the age of 95 in 1994 and he smoked for 50 years.

Dick Van Dyke, 96, sings and dances with his wife Arlene Silver, 50, in new music video.

‘She makes me happy’: Dick first met his Bronx-born, Los Angeles-raised sweetheart when she was 39 and she worked at the 13th Screen Actors Guild Awards in 2007, where he presented Julie Andrews Lifetime Achievement Award.

Out now!  Everyone Loves a Lover also featured Tony Guerrero (left) on jazz trumpet.

Out now! Everyone Loves a Lover also featured Tony Guerrero (left) on jazz trumpet.

The Midwesterner has four children: son Barry, 70; son Christian, daughter Stacey and daughter Carrie, aged 60, from a 30-year marriage to the late Margie Willett, which ended in 1984 after a six-year separation.

And Dick lived with singer-dancer Michelle Triola from 1976 until her death in 2009 from lung cancer.

Last May, Van Dyke received the 43rd annual Kennedy Center Honors, joking in an interview with The Mirror: “I just turned 95, so I’m happy to be anywhere. If I had known that I would live this long, I would have taken better care of myself.”

Last May, the Midwesterner received the 43rd annual Kennedy Center Honors by joking in an interview with The Mirror: “I just turned 95, so I'm happy to be anywhere.  If I had known that I would live this long, I would have taken better care of myself.”

Last May, the Midwesterner received the 43rd annual Kennedy Center Honors by joking in an interview with The Mirror: “I just turned 95, so I’m happy to be anywhere. If I had known that I would live this long, I would have taken better care of myself.”

Cultural highlight: Dick Van Dyke, 95, looked shockingly awake despite carrying a cane as he led the Kennedy Center's newest class of honorees on Friday night.

Dick continued: “Recognition from peers is always the icing on the cake. How did I get the Kennedy Award? I never trained and did nothing. I was just enjoying myself”

“The icing on the cake is always the recognition of colleagues. How did I get the Kennedy Award? I never trained and did nothing. I was just enjoying myself,” he said.

In 2018, Dick planned to retire to play Navy veteran James Archer in Ryan Little’s paintball comedy Capture the Flag, which was produced by his 70-year-old son Barry, but it never happened.

Van Dyke is probably best known for his memorable roles on The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961-66), Mary Poppins (1964), Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968) and, most recently, ” Mary Poppins Returns (2018).

Dick Van Dyke, 96, sings and dances with his wife Arlene Silver, 50, in new music video.

‘It’s a story I think needs to be told’: In 2018, Van Dyke planned to retire to play Navy veteran James Archer in Ryan Little’s paintball comedy Capture the Flag, which was produced by his 70-year-old son Barry (l), but never materialized.

Infamous Cockney accent: Dick is probably best known for his memorable roles on The Dick Van Dyke Show from 1961 to 1966, Mary Poppins (pictured) in 1964, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang in 1968 and most recently in Mary Poppins Returns in 2018.

Infamous Cockney accent: Dick is probably best known for his memorable roles on The Dick Van Dyke Show from 1961 to 1966, Mary Poppins (pictured) in 1964, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang in 1968 and most recently in Mary Poppins Returns in 2018.

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