We could say Katharine McPhee and David Foster to “get a room” after seeing the photos she posted to Instagram on July 19, but judging by the passion Katharine, 38, showed for David, 72, that’s probably what they did then. In the trio of photos, the american idol alum threw her leg around her hubby – the miniskirt be damned! – while planting a deep kiss on her lips. A second photo showed Kat hugging her husband, and a third focused on how she had to stand over his shoes to reach his face. ‘
“Poor guy,” she captioned the IG gallery. “Too bad he doesn’t get a lot of attention.” Her fans and friends seemed to agree. “Report this,” joked David’s daughter, Erin Foster. “Yeah…. Gezzz his life sucks,” added Nicole English Williams. people like Tommy Hass, Angela Manuel Davis, Sarah Wright Olsen, and Jessie J all left a variety of emojis, from hearts to hearts to eyes. “David”, wrote a legendary musical director Tommy Mottola“A lucky guy, my man.”
Katharine and David tied the knot in 2019, two years after they were first spotted on a date together. They got engaged in 2018; a year later they were husband and wife. They welcomed their son, Rennie Davidin February 2021.
Earlier in 2022, they spoke out against criticism over their 35-year age gap. “People always make the reference with Kat and me with the age difference,” David said in an interview with PEOPLE. “But I’ve always said that there are so many things that can cause a marriage to fail, and the age difference is just one of them. There are so many things that can go wrong. We think that we have it enough together.
While David said he and his wife were comfortable in their marriage, Katharine revealed that she was struggling with the physical effects of pregnancy. “It kinda messed with my mind,” she told Catherine Schwarzenegger on his Instagram Live series Before, during and after. “Even though you know your body is going to change and expect it, if you’re someone who has control issues with your body…psychologically it just does something different…”
“I really struggled during that first trimester,” she added. “It was hard for me to find that self-love, that self-esteem. But I found it later, and I think the way I found it…is something that I’m going to take with me now. me. I really feel like having conversations with yourself is important.