AMERICAN Idol alum Katherine McPhee, 36, has given fans a glimpse of her post-baby body just three weeks after welcoming her first child with husband David Foster, 71.
The actress looked stunning in a green silk dress with a matching emerald sequin face mask to celebrate St.Patrick’s Day.
Posing in front of a beautiful lemon tree full of the citrus fruit, Katherine showed off her trim figure and slender legs as she posed for a photo.
The new mom shared the snap to her Instagram page and compliments soon came flooding in from her 842k followers.
One wrote: “Seriously how have you just had a baby and still look this incredible ?”
“Beautiful new mama ??,” added another.
And a third gushed: “Snapback game strong ???”
Her husband David Foster’s daughter Erin, 38, also added a jokey comment underneath, writing: “This is not normal, where is your newborn!”
Katherine and David welcomed their first child, and David's sixth, in February – a little boy called Rennie David Foster.
The actress, who is David's fifth wife, got hitched to the Canadian musician and producer on June 28, 2019.
In October 2020 sources told People magazine that the couple were expecting their first child together.
David first met Katharine when he mentored her on season five of American Idol in 2006.
He has been married four times previously, most recently to The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star Yolanda Hadid for six years before they divorced in 2017.
Foster is also good friends with Prince Harry, after the pair met through his wife Katharine, who reportedly went to school with Meghan.
Katharine told Access Hollywood: “My husband has a really, really beautiful relationship with Harry. They're so cute. They're like father and son.”
David said he and his family have known Katharine for 15 years.
He said: “I’ve known her for 15 years and they’ve known her that long as well. It was a comfortable transition, and it’s a credit to both my wife and daughters that they’ve just rolled with it and they do great together.
“It’s been years now with no animosity and no problems, and I have no reason to believe that’ll change at all.”
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