Katharine McPhee Marries David Foster

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It’s official: Katharine McPhee and David Foster have tied the knot.

McPhee, 35, and Foster, 69, exchanged wedding vows at the church of St. Yeghiche in the South Kensington district of West London on Friday.

McPhee’s wedding day shares an anniversary with the release of her "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" cover, her first single after her run on American Idol. The song dropped 13 years ago, and her now-hubby Foster produced it. "Life is full of beautiful coincidences, isn’t?" McPhee wrote on Instagram. "Thank you for taking me over the rainbow, David."

McPhee also took to her Instagram story to offer a glimpse of her wedding prep hours before the event. "The secret to a calm and collected bride," she wrote over a clip of her getting a facial. "And maybe a little Xanax."

The ceremony marks McPhee’s second marriage and Foster’s fifth. She was married to Nick Cokas from 2008 to 2016, and Foster married to B.J. Cook, Rebecca Dyer, Linda Thompson and Yolanda Hadid.

Meanwhile, the new bride is officially going by Katharine Foster. While Katharine’s Twitter bio reads, "Introducing Katharine McPhee," she tweeted on Saturday, "Introducing Katharine Foster 🥰."

The singer/actress is still using her maiden name on Twitter and Instagram, but she changed her display name on Instagram to Katharine Foster.

One day after tying the knot with Katharine McPhee in London, Foster shared a sweet behind-the-scenes photo from the couple’s happy day. In the image, which appeared to be taken after the couple said "I do," McPhee could be seen riding in a car while wearing her wedding gown, gazing sweetly at her new husband.