Katharine McPhee, David Foster welcome their new baby boy

The couple celebrated their one-year marriage anniversary in June.

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David Foster and Katharine McPhee arrive at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party in February 2020, in Beverly Hills, California.

David Foster and Katharine McPhee arrive at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party in February 2020, in Beverly Hills, California.


Congratulations are in order forKatharine McPheeandDavid Foster, who have welcomed their first child together.

“I can happily confirm that they welcomed a baby boy,” McPhee’s representative Leslie Sloane said in a statement to USA TODAY onWednesday. No other details were provided.

In December, the”American Idol”alum confirmed onInstagramshe was expecting her first child. In the photos, McPhee cradledher baby bumpwhile wearing a long powder-blue coat. Her accompanying comment was simply two blue hearts and a blue butterfly, perhaps giving fans a hint abouther baby’s sex.

In June, the couple celebrated their one-year marriage anniversary, with McPhee sharing photos of their wedding day onInstagram.

“A year ago today I married the love of my life,” she wrote.”Thank you for always loving me and inspiring me in all aspects of my life. I love you. Here’s to the future! (Oh and happy anniversary to the other love of my life — this dreamy dress!”

The two met in 2006, when Foster mentored McPheeon Season 5 of ABC’s “American Idol.” They marriedat theChurch of Saint Yeghiche in the South Kensington district of West London on June 28, 2019, according toUS WeeklyandPeople.

The couple’s wedding dayshares ananniversary with the release of McPhee’s”Somewhere Over the Rainbow” cover, herfirst single after her runon”American Idol.”The song dropped in 2006, and her now-husbandFoster produced it.

“Life is full of beautiful coincidences, isn’t?” shewrote onInstagramon June 28, 2019. “Thank you for taking me over the rainbow, David.”

Foster, 71, opened up about his marriage to McPhee, 36, ina Julyinterview with USA TODAY, in which he addressed their age gap.

“Well, we have that musical connection,” Foster said of their relationship. “Look, we have haters on social media, and there’s not a person around that’s not going to make some comment about the age difference. But there areso many things that can bring a marriage down: It can be financial, it can be children, itcanbe geography, it can be infidelity. And one of them is age difference, but that’s our only problem. Everything else is in line, so it’s not going to bring us down.”

This is Foster’s fifth marriage, and he has five adult children.

Read more at usatoday.com

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