Katharine McPhee rocks bikini one month after birth of son: ‘Loving my curves’

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Katharine McPhee looked gorgeous and glowing while posing in a high-waisted brown bikini and matching sunglasses on her Instagram Stories on Tuesday — just one month after giving birth to her son, Rennie, with husband David Foster.

“Loving my curves because my baby gave them to me,” the “Smash” actress, 37, wrote on her mirror selfie. In another snap, she struck a pose alongside stylist Monica Rose while wearing the mocha-toned suit.

McPhee recently opened up about embracing her body after baby in an interview with People.

“I thought I would have this pressure [to bounce back] but I’ve just been so grateful and happy that I’ve had a healthy baby and I’ve felt really good, emotionally and physically,” she said. “I’m so happy that I don’t have this crazy pressure yet to fit into whatever jeans I have in my closet.”

McPhee, who’s struggled with disordered eating and bulimia in the past, recently shared on an episode of “Dr. Berlin’s Informed Pregnancy Podcast” that her issues with food “came up in a way that hadn’t been present in a long time” while she was expecting, and were “the hardest part of pregnancy.”

Fortunately, things “got a lot better” during her second trimester, she added, and she’s happy with her postpartum physique. “I look in the mirror and I’m like, ‘Yeah, my legs, my thighs, my arms are a little bit thicker, but I’m okay with it,’” she said.

McPhee and Foster, 71, were first linked in 2017 and made their red carpet debut at the Met Gala a year later. The couple got engaged in Capri in July 2018, and they married in June 2019, with the bride wearing a custom Zac Posen wedding dress.

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