Katharine McPhee shows her, David Foster’s son’s ‘talents’

Katharine McPhee shows her, David Foster’s son’s ‘talents’

A mini music man!

Katharine McPhee confirmed off her and David Foster’s son Rennie’s “abilities” by way of Instagram Tuesday, proving the 1-year-old is already following in his dad and mom’ footsteps.

The “American Idol” alum, 38, shared a video of the toddler banging away at a piano and babbling.

“I like these chunky thighs,” McPhee captioned the Story add.

The “Nation Consolation” star went on to submit footage of the baby utilizing drumsticks to hit an electrical drum set.

“Already exhibiting off my youngster’s abilities,” she wrote, tagging Foster.

The couple, who married in June 2019, welcomed their child boy in February 2021.

The 1-year-old tried his hand on the piano.katharinefoster/Instagram

Whereas Rennie is McPhee’s first, the composer, 72, can be the daddy of 5 daughters — Allison, 52, Amy, 49, Sara, 41, Erin, 39, and Jordan, 35 — from earlier relationships.

In February, Foster joked to People who his child boy may play “Mozart and Bach flawlessly.”

He added, “At 11 months … clearly, we don’t see any musical expertise but, however who is aware of?”

Rennie additionally performed with an electrical drum set.katharinefoster/Instagram

5 months later, McPhee known as Rennie their “little drummer boy” in an Instagram video showcasing his expertise on a mini set.

Whereas she and Foster have primarily saved their son’s face hidden on social media, the “Smash” alum gave a glimpse of Rennie’s options in a June slideshow for Father’s Day.

McPhee and Foster welcomed their son in February 2021.katharinefoster/Instagram

“You’ve solely made bringing Rennie into the world an absolute pleasure for me,” McPhee wrote to her husband on the time.

“[He] loves me like I may have solely dreamed of & who made me full in life by making me a mommy,” she continued. “I like our little household. I like our huge household.”

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