Wedding Bells! David Foster & Katharine McPhee Tie The Knot In Lavish London Ceremony

Katharine McPhee Smiling In Pink Dress Being Held By A Smiling David Foster In A Navy Suit
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Jun. 28 2019, Published 5:06 p.m. ET

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After a year of engagement, David Foster and Katharine McPhee finally tied the knot in a lavish London ceremony Friday, June 28.

The lovey-dovey couple got hitched at a church in London in front of approximately 100 guests, a source told Us Weekly exclusively.

As RadarOnline.com readers know, Foster met McPhee on season 5 of American Idol, when he was a mentor and she was a contester.

Afterwards, they became good friends, so much so that Foster attended McPhee’s wedding to Nick Cokas in 2008. The two divorced in 2014.

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In 2011, Foster married Yolanda Hadid, only to divorce her in 2017 and make his public debut with McPhee days later.

Though Foster and McPhee have received much backlash due to their 34-year age gap, they’ve made it clear age is just a number for them. Foster, 69, proposed to McPhee, 35, during a romantic Italian vacation in July 2018 after more than a year of dating.

On November 26, after their engagement, she shared a hilarious photoshopped image from Meet The Fockers. Replacing the actors’ faces with those of her, Foster, and his daughters. She then replaced the text, to read “Meet The Fosters,” and “Mommy’s home.”

Back in January, the American Idol alum gave fans a sneak peek at her wedding dress fitting.

“Wedding dress fittings today with @jordiefos! It was such a happy day,” McPhee wrote alongside a photo of herself in a fitted, silk white wedding dress. She clarified: “It’s not the dress, but just wanted to share ❤️.”

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