Tony Bennett cuddles his precious dog Happy while enjoying an outing with wife Susan Crow

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Tony Bennett hugs his precious dog Happy while enjoying a NYC getaway with wife Susan Crow … after revealing the battle against Alzheimer’s

He recently revealed his years of struggles with Alzeimher’s.

And Tony Bennett enjoyed a relaxing outing Saturday with his wife Susan Crow and their beloved Maltese dog Happy.

The singer, 94, held the hand of his girlfriend, 54, as they strolled through the bustling city.

Better Together: Tony Bennett and his wife Susan Crow were seen together in New York City on Saturday morning

Better Together: Tony Bennett and his wife Susan Crow were seen together in New York City on Saturday morning

Bennett had a very casual figure when he wore a white polo shirt under a black track jacket and matching Adidas pants.

The singer kept comfortably in the crisp early spring weather with a big red windbreaker.

He kept her clothing choices consistent as she chose to wear a pale yellow Adidas tracksuit over a white T-shirt while going out with her husband.

She also wore the couple’s adorable dog Happy in a blue pet carrier bag that she held over her right shoulder.

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

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

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

Coordinating Outfits: The married couple both wore tracksuits and white trainers while going out together

Coordinating Outfits: The married couple both wore tracksuits and white trainers while going out together

Coordinating Outfits: The married couple both wore tracksuits and white trainers while going out together

The couple both wore white trainers and face covers as they walked the streets of New York City.

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

By the way, the Because Of You singer took a photo with his now-wife’s mother, who was a fan of his, while she was pregnant with his future husband in 1966.

Before dating the Bay Area resident, the artist was first married to Patricia Beech from 1952 to 1971; during the marriage, the two welcomed two sons named Danny and Daegal.

He then married actress Sandra Grant in 1971, and the former couple had two daughters named Joanna and Antonia, the latter of whom followed in her father’s footsteps and became a singer.

Don't Take Chances: Both Bennett and Crow wore face covers to protect themselves from COVID-19 while spending time in public

Don't Take Chances: Both Bennett and Crow wore face covers to protect themselves from COVID-19 while spending time in public

Don’t Take Chances: Both Bennett and Crow wore face covers to protect themselves from COVID-19 while spending time in public

Long-term: The couple has been romantically involved since the late 1980s

Long-term: The couple has been romantically involved since the late 1980s

Long-term: The couple has been romantically involved since the late 1980s

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

Crow has been instrumental in caring for the singer since he started battling Alzheimer’s disease, which started about four years ago.

The singer recently revealed that he has been secretly fighting the disease since 2016.

During an interview with AARP, the singer’s third wife talked about the difficulties she has in caring for her husband and why she can work on it.

A helping hand: Crow has been instrumental in caring for her husband since he developed Alzheimer's

A helping hand: Crow has been instrumental in caring for her husband since he developed Alzheimer's

A helping hand: Crow has been instrumental in caring for her husband since he developed Alzheimer’s

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

She went on to talk about how Bennett was still cheerful despite the effects of the illness and how he was still trying to maintain his normal lifestyle.

He would then ask me, “What is Alzheimer’s?” I would explain, but he wouldn’t understand. He would tell me, “Susan, I’m fine.” That’s all he could handle … So nothing in his life changed, ”Crow noted.

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

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

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

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