October 20, 2019
American Idol Alum Katharine Mcphee was looking extravagant in a batik dress pic from her recent trip to Indonesia. David Foster's wife had fans gushing over her beauty on social media.
After their vows back in June, David Foster and his wife Katharine Mcphee made another appearance together on the stage of the Batik Music Festival in Indonesia last week.
In the snap, the 35-year-old Broadway singer was enrobed in an asymmetrical wrap dress with ethnic prints that cast the silhouette of a maxi.
Mcphee let her long brunette locks free to frame her beautiful face with the dark Indonesian sky in the background. With a gold band adorning her neckline, she shared the series of snaps on Instagram. For the caption, she wrote:
"A little late on this but THANK YOU INDONESIA! It was a total honor to perform along side some amazing talent at the @batikmusicfestival and be so immersed in your culture."
The fans took to the comment section to admire the sophisticated elegance of the American singer. "ok, actually i don't want to tell you how beautiful you are, but I have to! u are one of the most beautiful women I've ever seen!" a fan wrote.
Another fan took the opportunity to invite Mcphee and Foster to revisit Indonesia in the future amidst his admiration of the beautiful singer.
In the music festival, Mcphee performed "To Love You More," "Over the Rainbow," and "That's Life," among others, with her newly wedded husband David Foster on-stage.
Mcphee tied the knot with Foster in a lavish ceremony in London earlier this year. The ceremony took place at the Church of St. Yeghiche in the South Kensington district of West London.
For the wedding, the bride wore a wedding gown by Zac Posen, and the groom wore a tuxedo by Stefano Ricci. The attendees included Posen and some 150 other guests, mostly friends, and family including the Canadian music producer's five daughters.
"Exactly 13 years ago today my very first single, Somewhere Over The Rainbow, was released right after Idol. Today... I'm marrying the man who produced it. Life is full of beautiful coincidences, isn't it? Thank you for taking me over the rainbow, David."
And with that performance in Indonesia, it looks like there is a lot more where that came from!