Katharine McPhee Reveals Why Husband David Foster is ‘Annoyed’ With Her Right Now

Katharine McPhee is a new mom after welcoming her son Rennie into the world last month and she revealed she did something that annoyed husband David Foster this week.

The 36-year-old singer and actress revealed their newborn son’s name during an interview on The Today Show, even though David wanted to keep the name private.

“My husband was kind of annoyed. I said, ‘what was I supposed to say? Nothing like, I’m sorry, we’re not sharing the name.’ Cause we don’t want to be like that pretentious over the name, but just, it’s the only kind of thing you can hold on to that feels private, you know, that you can kind of keep, but Hoda [Kotb] just asked me on the Today Show like ‘what’s his name?’ And I was didn’t want to be like, ‘sorry, we’re not sharing it,’” Kat said while being interviewed on SiriusXM’s The Jess Cagle Show.

She continued, “You can’t say no to Hoda. My husband’s friends with her too. So anyway, I think he’s like a little bit, he’s just like, ‘it’s the only thing we have to keep private.’ And I’m like, ‘I’m sorry. She asked me the question.’”

Kat also talked about the origin of the name.

“We love the name. We’re so we’re so in love with him,” Katharine said. “It’s really, it’s so original. And it came to us like honestly, two hours before he was born. So it’s a really great, it was a, it’s a family name, but one of his family members didn’t tell us about til hours before he was born. And we, I kind of like it sort of took my breath away. I was waiting for something like that. And I just didn’t think it would happen. We were going to name him something totally different, which was a great name, but not something that meant something. So anyway, yes, the cat’s out of the bag. It’s not like, you know, we’re the only people who’ve named our child something, but it’s just, we wanted to keep it as private as long as we could. So anyway, I’m in trouble, but hopefully, hopefully my husband will not be too mad.”


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