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Tony Bennett cuddles his precious pooch Happy as he enjoys hand-held outing with wife Susan Crow

Tony Bennett, 94, cuddles his precious pooch Happy as he enjoys hand-held outing with wife Susan Crow, 54, in NYC after revealing Alzheimer’s battle

He recently revealed his years-long battle with Alzeimher’s.

And Tony Bennett enjoyed a leisurely outing with his wife Susan Crow and their beloved Maltese pooch, Happy, on Saturday.

The singer, 94, held hands with his lady love, 54, as they strolled about the bustling city. 

Better together: Tony Bennett and his wife Susan Crow were spotted spending time together in New York City on Saturday morning

Bennett cut a very casual figure as he wore a white polo shirt underneath a black track jacket and matching Adidas pants.

The singer kept himself comfortable in the crisp early spring weather with a large red windbreaker.

His kept her clothing choices consistent, as she opted to wear a light yellow Adidas tracksuit above a white t-shirt while stepping out with her husband.

She also carried the couple’s cute dog Happy in a blue dog carrier that she kept over her right shoulder.  

Photo op: At one point, the 94-year old was seen posing for a picture in Central Park with his cute Maltese pup Happy

Photo op: At one point, the 94-year old was seen posing for a picture in Central Park with his cute Maltese pup Happy

Coordinating outfits: The married couple both wore tracksuits and white athletic shoes while stepping out together

Coordinating outfits: The married couple both wore tracksuits and white athletic shoes while stepping out together

The married couple both wore white athletic shoes and facial coverings as they made their way through the streets of New York City. 

Bennett and Crow have been married ever since 2007, although they have been in a relationship since the late 1980s. 

The Because Of You singer incidentally took a picture with his now-wife’s mother, who was a fan of his, while she was pregnant with his future spouse in 1966.

Prior to becoming romantically involved with the Bay Area native, the performer was first married to Patricia Beech from 1952 until 1971; during the marriage, the two welcomed two sons named Danny and Daegal.

He then tied the knot with actress Sandra Grant in 1971, and the former couple went on to have two daughters named Joanna and Antonia, the latter of whom followed in her father’s footsteps and became a singer. 

Not taking chances: Both Bennett and Crow wore facial coverings to keep themselves protected from COVID-19 while spending time in public

Not taking chances: Both Bennett and Crow wore facial coverings to keep themselves protected from COVID-19 while spending time in public

Long time running: The couple have been romantically involved ever since the late 1980's

Long time running: The couple have been romantically involved ever since the late 1980’s

Although some sources indicate that Bennett divorced his second wife in 1983, others noted that the couple’s divorce was not made official until 2007. 

Crow has been instrumental in caring for the singer ever since he began a battle with Alzheimer’s disease, which started around four years ago. 

The singer has recently revealed he had been secretly battling the disease since 2016.  

During an interview with AARP, the singer’s third wife spoke about the difficulties she faces in caring for her husband and why she is able to work past them.

A helping hand: Crow has been instrumental in caring for her husband ever since he was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease

A helping hand: Crow has been instrumental in caring for her husband ever since he was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease

‘It’s no fun arguing with someone who doesn’t understand you. But I feel badly talking about it because we are so much more fortunate than so many people with this diagnosis,’ she said. 

She went on to describe how Bennett was still in good spirits despite experiencing the effects of the disease and how he was still trying to maintain his normal lifestyle.

‘He would ask me, “What is Alzheimer’s?” I would explain, but he wouldn’t get it. He’d tell me, “Susan, I feel fine.” That’s all he could process…So, nothing changed in his life,’ Crow noted. 

Working through it: During an interview, the singer's wife noted that, although he was diagnosed with the degenerative disease, 'nothing changed' in her husband's life

Working through it: During an interview, the singer’s wife noted that, although he was diagnosed with the degenerative disease, ‘nothing changed’ in her husband’s life

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