THIS Dublin grandad might be 95 years old, but his voice was as strong as ever as he sang Frank Sinatra at his granddaughter's wedding in Ireland earlier this month.
Oliver Doyle from Ballyfermot in Dublin sang during the ceremony at granddaughter Ellie's wedding in Summerhill House, Enniskerry, December 3.
According to his granddaughter, Mr Doyle sang Frank Sinatra's Love's Been Good to Me "off the huff."
"I did ask him months ago but he's a bit forgetful as you'd imagine," Ellie Doyle told The Irish Post. "He did it with no practice, he just said 'ah yeah sure, I'll sing that'."
"I really wanted him to sing because I thought you don't know how long they'll be around," she said. "There's four generations in the video as well, so I just thought it'd be really nice for him to sing."
Mr Doyle's son, Ellie's father, plays guitar while his grandchildren and great-grandchildren are visible in the background.
"He has nine children, 23 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren," Ellie added. "He has his own little Oliver's Army we call it."
Mr Doyle is well known in Dublin for his singing as he and his wife, who passed a number of years ago, used to sing in clubs around Ballyfermot.
"They were both great singers, and we were called the Ballyfermot Von Trapps because from grandad down we all like to sing," she joked.
While he may be 95, Oliver Doyle doesn't let his age hold him back.
"At the end of September, I left his 95th party at 4am and he was still up," Ellie said. "He said to me, 'you're not going are you? I've a few songs left in me'."
Watch Oliver Doyle sing Frank Sinatra's Love's Been Good to Me below...