MOM-to-be Katharine McPhee, 36, announced she's having a baby BOY.
The singer-actress and her husband, music producer David Foster, 71, revealed they were expecting their first child together in October.
Katharine told the Women on Top podcast of expecting a son with her husband, David Foster: "Since I'm having a boy, I don't know if people know that, it's definitely different, you think about different things,"
"I always wanted a girl, that's always what I wanted — I always wanted both. Let's just be honest about that.
But now that I'm having a boy, I'm like, 'Phew, wow, there's different things I need to worry about.' Versus the things I would be thinking about with a girl."
Last week, Katharine clapped back at a troll who accused her of marrying 71-year-old David for "money."
In a Valentine's Day tribute to her husband, Katharine had posted: "My forever Valentine!! My best friend, my favorite person, my motivator, my everyday! @davidfoster I looove you cookie."
But one follower commented "there for the money," and Katharine quickly replied: "Obviously."
David is a Canadian musician and producer who has worked with industry legends including, Alice Cooper, Rod Stewart and Kenny Rogers.
He has been married five times, including to Yolanda Hadid, and is already dad to daughters Sara, 39, Erin, 38, and Jordan, 34, Amy, 47, from his first marriage, and eldest daughter Allison, 50.
In October, sources confirmed Katherine and David's pregnancy news to People after the parents-to-be were spotted out and about in Montecito, California buying baby products.
The couple first met when he mentored her on season 5 of American Idol in 2006.
They married in June 2019 at the St Yeghiche Armenian Church in London.
Katharine was previously married to Nick Cokas from 2008-2014.
David's daughter, Erin, told PEOPLE of Katharine joining the family: "Interestingly, the age difference has played a role in a positive way. Our dad comes from a generation where women are more passive. He is also passive about his feelings.
"Kat has really pushed him to open up. We could get into a fight, and then Kat's like, 'No, you have to pick up the phone, call your daughter back.' She's a facilitator, which is really important. She pushes him to be more emotional and more vulnerable."
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