David Foster and Katharine McPhee Look Radiant in New Wedding Photos
David Foster and Katharine McPhee have finally tied the knot and recently gave fans an inside scoop of the big day through a series of pictures on social media.
The couple said "I do" last Friday, June 28, in London, England, more than a decade after meeting for the very first time on the popular show "American Idol."
According to the beautiful bride, it was "the most perfect day with the most perfect husband," and their love and happiness can be seen in each photo.
A NEW CHAPTER IN THEIR LIVES
The 35-year-old actress took to her official Instagram page to share a few snaps of their wedding day, with the main one showing her and Foster sitting in on a couch.
The photo seems to have been taken shortly after the ceremony and Foster can be seen sitting very close to the love of his life, leaning romantically towards her.
THE WEDDING DRESS
The picture also put her wedding gown on display, a creation that was specially designed for McPhee by Zac Posen, who also designed the off-the-shoulder dress that the actress later wore for the celebratory dinner.
In the rest of the snaps, McPhee can be spotted posing inside the empty church holding her bouquet, as well as walking down a set of stairs hand-in-hand with her 69-year-old husband.
"The most perfect day with the most perfect husband"
Foster also took upon himself to show his fans and followers details of the "magical day," but unlike McPhee, the record producer posted only one picture on his Instagram stories.
AMY FOSTER'S HEALTH SCARE
The couple tied the knot a few weeks after Foster's daughter, Amy, was diagnosed with breast cancer. According to her, she learned the terrible news after "flunking" a mammogram exam.
In an emotional Instagram post, Amy revealed that she felt a lump in her breast. However, she was told by the doctors that the tumor was caught early and she won't need chemotherapy.
She will be getting a mastectomy but feels grateful for the diagnosis, which could have been far worse if she hadn't gone immediately to the hospital.