The “American Idol” alum flashed a peace sign as she posed with her Brest Friend on Friday, April 16. The new mother, who gave birth to son Rennie in late February, looked super-fit in tight yoga pants by Alo Yoga and a white sports bra. McPhee appeared to pose for the pic in the backyard of the lavish home she shares with her hubby, David Foster. Many of her celeb mom friends were thrilled by her relatable mommy pic! See it below!
The star had a sly grin on her face and sent a special shoutout to her fellow mothers. “this is for all the moms out there. ✌???” she captioned the fit pic. She was holding a feeding pillow that has earned the praise of moms everywhere. She tagged the brand, My Brest Friend, which describes itself as “Breastfeeding’s #1 supporter!”
Katharine proudly put her fab physique on display earlier this month, when she had a fun family time with her stepdaughters Sara and Erin Foster and their kids. They all wore matching swimsuits from Sara’s brand, Sara Foster Swim.” McPhee even matched with her baby boy!
She opened up about how her stepdaughter’s suit fit perfectly and made her feel confident. “Best one piece I’ve ever tried. Usually it’s cut too low and the torso isn’t long enough – straps are adjustable. So comfortable! You nail it @sarafoster,” Katharine wrote on her IG story at the time.
Mcphee and Foster welcomed Rennie in February. The beautiful boy is Katharine’s first child and David’s 6th (don’t worry, he has enough money and love for everyone). However, Katharine admitted that David was annoyed that she spilled their baby’s secret name on national tv. She revealed Rennie’s name on the “Today Show” in March and said that Rennie is a Foster family name. David wanted to keep that fact private.
“Well, I, you know, my husband was kind of annoyed,” McPhee said on SiriusXM’s “The Jess Cagle Show” after the name revelation. “I said, ‘What was I supposed to say? Nothing?’ Like, ‘I’m sorry, we’re not sharing the name’? Because we don’t want to be that pretentious over the name, but just, it’s the only kind of thing you can hold onto that feels private, you know, that you can kind of keep.”