‘Bachelor’ Bill de Blasio, estranged wife have a date night at A-list NYC event

‘Bachelor’ Bill de Blasio, estranged wife have a date night at A-list NYC event

Bill de Blasio has been on the NYC dating circuit — and has been seen making out with one woman, and allegedly taking out another who was still married — but he took his own wife as his date to an A-list New York event last week.

De Blasio, 62, and Chirlane McCray — who separated last summer, but still live together and have an open relationship — were spotted hitting the town together.

Bill de Blasio and Chirlane McCray announced their separation last year. James Keivom New York’s former first couple announced their separation last year. Getty Images

The former first couple of New York had eagle-eyed guests calling Page Six when they showed up together to “A Celebration of Life” for Harry Belafonte at Riverside Church in NYC on Friday.

The friendly in love exes were “in good spirits,” snapping photos and chatting with other attendees, we’re told.

McCray, 69, previously said of their split: “This is a big change for us, but Bill and I are still very much in love… We came to this decision together and I think it’s the right decision for us.”

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(The married woman who went on a date with the former mayor in December told The Post in a text message at the time that she and her husband were “in the process of getting a divorce.”)

Bernie Sanders and his wife Jane arriving to the service. Derek French/Shutterstock

Bernie Sanders and his wife, Jane, were another political couple among the starry crowd which also included Gayle King, Angela Davis, Wynton Marsalis, Whoopi Goldberg, Danny Glover, Chuck D, Kenneth Cole, Spike Lee and his wife Tonya Lewis.

Rev. Adriene Thorne and Rev. Dr. James Forbes provided opening remarks, and Aloe Blacc sang with the Harlem Choir.

Spike Lee spoke about casting Belafonte in “BlacKkKlansman.” Derek French/Shutterstock

Spike and Whoopi were among the speakers who remembered their time with the legendary civil rights activist and entertainer who died of congestive heart failure last April at age 96.

Lee recalled how, “Mr. Belafonte teased him all the time, saying he always gives a role of the older man to Ozzie Davis,” related a source who attended the celebration.

The famed “Do the Right Thing” director remedied that by giving Belafonte a role in his Academy Award winning 2018 film, “BlacKkKlansman.”

Harry Belafonte passed away at age 96. Getty Images Belafonte passed away last year of congestive heart failure. Getty Images for HB

Lee also explained how Belafonte then signed a “Carmen Jones” poster for him which read: “Now, I could go to heaven having a Spike Lee Joint!”

Marsalis and his New Orleans band closed out the three-hour celebration, held on what would’ve been Belafonte’s 97th birthday.