Why David Foster Doesn’t Regret Having a Baby at Age 71.
David Foster fully intended to have a second kid in his 70s.
The now-72-year-old music producer and his 38-year-old wife Katharine McPhee welcomed their 20-month-old son Rennie in February 2021.
He said to People that he hadn't previously considered having a baby later in life but added, "I haven't regretted a single day of it."
I have enjoyed each and every day.
"Oh, since you were so young when you had your children and you were working day and night, you never saw them," he said, "and that's the typical thing.
And regrettably, for my [older] kids, there is some truth to it.
Simply put, I was working a lot.
He remarked that, this time, "I'll put off anything just to hang out with him, despite the fact that I work a lot right now.
He remarked that, this time, "I'll put off anything just to hang out with him, despite the fact that I work a lot right now. It's simply unique." Allison, 52, Amy, 49, Sara, 41, Erin, and Jordan, all of whom are adults, are Foster's other five daughters from previous relationships. Rennie already has some of his own rhythm thanks to parents McPhee and Foster.