Former Sen. Elizabeth Dole (R-N.C.) says her husband, former Sen. Bob Dole, has two new women in his life: Barbra Streisand and Alexa.

“I recently walked into our home after a day of work to hear Bob’s staff saying, ‘Shhh, he’s on the phone with Barbra Streisand!’ ” Elizabeth Dole told an audience Thursday at the Elizabeth Dole Foundation’s inaugural Hidden Heroes and History Makers gala.

The 95-year-old 1996 GOP presidential nominee was hospitalized last year for low blood pressure. But his recovery, said Elizabeth Dole, gave him a chance to add tunes to his playlist.

“While recuperating at home the last several months, Bob’s been asking his Amazon Alexa — his other new best friend — to play Barbra on a continuous loop,” she revealed to the packed crowd at the Washington Hilton hotel.

Bob Dole was so inspired by the “People” singer’s music, according to his wife, that he picked up the phone to give the 76-year-old entertainer — one of Hollywood’s most outspoken Democrats — a ring.

The unlikely pair shared a “wonderful conversation,” said Elizabeth Dole, chatting for half an hour about “everything from their favorite songs to their dogs.”

“Bob and Barbra might seem like an unexpected pair, but that’s Bob Dole for you — if he admires you, if he thinks you have talent or wisdom to share, you’ll hear from him,” she said.

When ITK later asked Elizabeth Dole in jest if there was any jealousy involving her hubby of more than four decades and his  chats with Streisand, she replied with a smile, "I thought it was wonderful — I really did!" 

Elizabeth Dole’s dish about her husband’s new famed friend came as her eponymous foundation recognized military caregivers — a cause long championed by the former senator.

“Seven years ago, Americans little knew the profound service and sacrifice of our military caregivers,” she said. Her organization, she continued, is working to transform the country “to an America where they are recognized, supported and empowered.”

“Today” show co-host Savannah Guthrie hosted the event, which recognized Sen. Susan CollinsSusan Margaret CollinsTrump pitches new plan to reopen government amid Dem pushback The Memo: Concern over shutdown grows in Trump World Overnight Defense: Trump unveils new missile defense plan | Dems express alarm | Shutdown hits Day 27 | Trump cancels Pelosi foreign trip | Senators offer bill to prevent NATO withdrawal MORE (R-Maine) and House Minority Leader Nancy PelosiNancy Patricia D'Alesandro PelosiElise Stefanik seeks to tackle GOP’s women ‘crisis’ ahead of 2020 Our legislators must commit to making children a priority Dreamer: Dems 'should absolutely not' take Trump's immigration deal MORE (D-Calif.) for their work.

Pelosi — who was nominated by Democrats a day earlier as their next Speaker — said from the stage, “Thank you so much for the beautiful award, which I will display with honor in the Speaker’s office.”

Tom Hanks, chairman of the foundation’s Hidden Heroes campaign, was also on hand at the tribute.

“It’s up to we the people to take care of our own,” the “Saving Private Ryan” actor said during a stirring speech. “I think this is an inherently American trait, that we take care of our own.”

“What I have learned in my 62 years of making wisecracks and being charming for a living,” the Oscar winner quipped, “is that we can do it.”