Dick Van Dyke is PUSHED in wheelchair as he enjoys Disneyland day out with wife

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Dick Van Dyke, 97, was seen being pushed in a wheelchair as he enjoyed a day out at Disneyland in Anaheim, California with wife Arlene Silver, 52, on Monday.

Dick Van Dyke in good spirits

The acting icon – who revealed he was learning the ukulele recently – looked in good spirits as he took in the theme park with his wife of 11 years – with a tour guide steering his wheelchair.

The Mary Poppins star wore a blue sweater, joggers and a baseball cap, teamed with shades for his day out.

His wife wore a black haunted mansion top and matching trousers, teamed with tinted shades.

The couple enjoyed a chat before taking in a performance from barbershop quartet, The Dapper Dans.

How did Dick Van Dyke end up in wheelchair?

The Chitty Chitty Bang Bang star was left injured after a shock car crash in Malibu back in March that left him with a bloodied nose and mouth and a reported concussion.

The actor was found bleeding from both the nose and mouth after the accident, and while he escaped with only minor injuries, Radar Online reported Silver has revoked his driving privileges in an effort to keep him and others safe.

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The crash came ten years after Van Dyke was pulled from his Jaguar after it caught fire on the 101 freeway in Calabasas area of LA on August 19, 2013.

A man named Jason Pennington saved the day after spotting the car full of smoke on the side of the road.

Dick married Silver — who is nearly half his age — in 2012 and previously revealed the couple keep fit by singing and dancing together.

His stamina was showcased during his recent stint on The Masked Singer US, where he delighted audiences with his performance as the Gnome.

Speaking about the key to his energy, Van Dyke told Yahoo: ‘Genes, I guess, for one thing. Having a beautiful young wife half my age to take care of me — that works!

‘My positive attitude, I get that from my wife.’

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