Katharine McPhee and David Foster recently celebrated their first year as husband and wife. This year, the two might finally welcome their first child together.
In June 2019, Katharine McPhee said, “I do” to Foster after spending their time as friends before getting engaged.
One year after they tied knots, they stirred speculations that they might be expecting their first child already.
On Friday, McPhee shared on Instagram the gift she received from Aperol Spritz, a spirits company.
When she gushed after seeing the gift, she revealed that those would stay on her home’s bar for a little longer.
“I won’t be drinking this for a while,” Katharine said subtly in the video. “Wink, wink. But I’m so excited.”
The couple also drew speculation they are expecting after people spotted them shopping for baby clothes.
Before posting the gift from Aperol Spritz, the 36-year-old stepped out on Thursday, showing her growing baby bump.
Since she kept her outfit casual — long-sleeved black top and leggings — it made her tummy look more prominent.
“Katharine has always wanted to be a mom and to have a baby with David,” a source told E! News. The insider further explained that McPhee and Foster are not really trying for a baby. Instead, they are open to it.
The actress already debuted her baby bump multiple times. Until now, neither McPhee nor Foster already spoke about it directly.
Foster already has five children — Sara, Erin, Jordan, Allison, and Amy. He also married five times in his lifetime — to B.J. Cook, Rebecca Dyer, Linda Thompson, Yolanda Hadid, and McPhee.
McPhee in good terms with Foster’s kids
In an interview with People, Erin said that the actress became a positive part of their lives. They sometimes jokingly calls her “mommy,” although they are almost the same age.
“Kat has really pushed him to open up. We could get into a fight, and then Kat’s like, ‘No, you have to pick up the phone, call your daughter back,'” she said.
She also called her the facilitator inside the family, and she is the reason why Foster is more emotional now.
Meanwhile, Foster also gave her credits for keeping his family close.
“I think she navigates it really, really well,” he continued. “And so do they. Because they could be horrible. It sure makes it easier for me that they get along. It’s not a fleeting thing, either. It’s been a few years.”