Dick Van Dyke proves he’s not letting age get him down as he was seen active and peppy in his Malibu neighborhood earlier this week.
The Hollywood icon, who turned 96 in December, was photographed Tuesday running errands with wife Arlene Silver, 50, just days before the couple’s tenth wedding anniversary.
The legend of Mary Poppins and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang looked solid on his feet and needed no help as he and Arlene went about their business on a windy afternoon in the coastal town.
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Hollywood legend Dick Van Dyke was spotted running errands in his Malibu neighborhood earlier this week.
At 96 years old, the actor remains as active and cheerful as ever, and looked confident on his feet during walks.
Wife Arlene Silver, who is 46 years his junior at 50, accompanied her husband.
Dick has been married to his second wife Arlene, a former makeup artist, since 2012 and they will celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary on February 29.
And despite being in his 90s, the actor is still well enough to drive and was later spotted driving home in his silver Lexus.
Dick, whose full name is Richard Wayne Van Dyke, showed up dressed and relaxed in a blue sweatshirt, sweatpants, sandals and a “men’s bag” while Arlene wore a black outfit with a puffer jacket.
Last week, the couple celebrated Valentine’s Day, as well as their upcoming decade of marriage, by releasing an adorable video of them dancing together.
At 96, the national treasure is 46 years older than the former makeup artist, but Dick has proven he can keep up with his wife in videos.
The couple, who will celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary on February 29, performed a hilarious cover of Everyone Loves a Lover, written by Richard Adler and Robert Allen, made popular by Doris Day in 1958.
Despite being in his 90s, the actor is still well enough to drive and was later spotted driving home in his silver Lexus.
The Mary Poppins star looked dressed and relaxed in a blue hoodie, sweatpants, sandals and a “men’s bag”.
Dick looked healthy and agile and didn’t need help as he and Arlene went about their business on a windy afternoon in the coastal town.
The actor decided to drive the car while walking on Tuesday.
The film and television legend hasn’t let age break him and remains quite active until the age of ten.
Even though Dick is under the age of ten, he has continued to perform in recent years, and in 2020 formed a barbershop quartet called The Vantastix, who also appeared in the music video.
He previously told Parade about performing with the band: “It’s my favorite thing to do.
“This is sort of my retirement entertainment. I don’t play golf. I like to sing and dance more.”
Dick first met Arlene while she was working at the 13th Screen Actors Guild Awards in 2007, where he presented Julie Andrews with a Lifetime Achievement Award.
The couple then tied the knot in 2012 when Arlene opted for a red wedding dress.
“This is one of the smartest moves I’ve ever made,” Dick 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!”
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) for Valentine’s Day.
Dick Van Dyke is perhaps best known for playing Burt’s favorite chimney sweep in the classic 1964 film alongside Julie Andrews.
He has starred in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (pictured), The Dick Van Dyke Show with Mary Tyler Moore and The Carol Burnett Show, to name but a few.
Dick was previously married for 30 years to the late Margie Willett, who separated in 1984 after a six-year separation.
The couple had four children – son Barry, 70; son Christian, daughter Stacey and daughter Carrie, 60 years old.
Dick also lived with singer and dancer Michelle Triola from 1976 until her death in 2009 from lung cancer.
Dick 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).
Last May, Dick 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.”