Prince Harry Has A Relationship "Like Father And Son" With This Canadian Music Star
Prince Harry is said to share a "really, really beautiful" relationship with a Canadian music star, whose wife compared their bond to that of a "father and son." Get the details below...
American singer Katharine McPhee revealed in a new interview that her husband, David Foster, and Prince Harry share a very special bond!
Foster, a Canadian music icon, met the Duke of Sussex through the pair's wives: McPhee and Meghan Markle knew each other during their childhood, and they've since reconnected in recent years.
"My husband has a really, really beautiful relationship with Harry," McPhee shared with Access Hollywood. "They're like, they're so cute. They're like father and son."
David Foster and Katharine McPhee are friends of Harry and Meghan
McPhee went on to emphasize that David and Harry make up the closest part of the friendship between the two couples.
"We just stay in touch with them," McPhee continued. "But mostly, Meghan and I knew each other from childhood, but really Harry and my husband are friends. It's really nice."
At age 70, Foster could truly be a father figure to Harry, too. The musician and producer, a 16-time Grammy-winner and recipient of the Order of Canada, additionally shares a rather significant age gap with his wife, McPhee, who is 36.
McPhee, the former American Idol runner-up, and Foster were married in 2019. Prior to that, Foster was married to his fourth wife, Yolanda Hadid. His resume includes work with music stars including Whitney Houston, Andrea Bocelli, Madonna, and dozens of other legends.
David Foster helped Prince Harry with Vancouver Island housing
In other fatherly news, Foster was actually the connection who secured the mansion that Harry and Meghan stayed at on Vancouver Island in 2019. He confirmed that fact with The Daily Mail earlier this year.
Though Harry and Meghan have now relocated to Los Angeles, McPhee added that she and Foster "just want them to end up wherever they feel safest and happiest."
And though there were reports that the Sussexes would split time between Vancouver Island and L.A., it appears for now that they'll call the American city home for the foreseeable future as they seek out a permanent mansion there.