Singer Harry Connick Jr. has recently revealed that he and his wife, Jill Goodacre, had a "completely inappropriate" encounter with the great Frank Sinatra. Connick Jr. opens up on the U.K. show\u00a0This Morning\u00a0about the first time he met his idol and it did not go well at all. Sinatra apparently kissed Connick Jr.'s wife "right on the mouth" back in the '90s when they first met.\r\n\r\n\u201cHe looked at [her] and kind of placed her face in his hands and said, \u2018You\u2019re beautiful,\u2019 and he kissed her right on the mouth, walked out of the elevator and that was the end of that,\u201d Connick Jr. recalls. Sinatra would die just a few years later in 1998 at the age of 82.\r\nHarry Connick Jr. claims Frank Sinatra kissed his then-girlfriend right in front of him\r\n\r\n\r\nSo, how did it happen? Well, Connick Jr. and his wife (then-girlfriend) were attending an event that he was singing at, for Sinatra. He didn't feel great about his performance and went to go explain himself to Sinatra. The couple would share an elevator with the legendary Sinatra, who ignored Connick Jr. and focused mainly on his date of the evening.\r\n\r\nRELATED: You Can Rent Frank Sinatra\u2019s Former Palm Springs Home Complete With 1960s Interiors\r\n\r\nYears have passed since that encounter allegedly took place. Connick Jr. and Goodacre would marry in 1994. They have three daughters, Georgia, 23, Sarah, 22, and Charlotte, 17. Despite anything that Connick Jr. claims happened, the couple looks back on the situation with a laugh.\r\nThey laugh about the situation years later\r\n\r\n\r\n\u201cI never got to sing for him again, she loves to remind me of that story,\u201d Connick Jr. says of his wife. \u201cI think it was probably unacceptable then, but it was a situation where it was an interesting thing \u2014 I think because of my affection for him, in the context, she thought it was hilarious. But obviously it\u2019s completely inappropriate.\u201d\r\n\r\nThe couple share an unbreakable bond and relationship. Back in 2017, they tell PEOPLE about their relationship and its strengthening during his wife's five-year battle with breast cancer. \u201cShe\u2019s my best friend, and I really don\u2019t know what I would do without her,\u201d he says. \u201cI think one of the reasons we\u2019ve lasted this long is that we\u2019re so aligned in every way. We have the same morals, the same goals.\u201d\r\n\r\n\r\nClick To Play Daily WordSearch In The New DYR Arcade!