Katharine McPhee has changed the handle on her Instagram account to reflect her married name! The 35-year-old actress and singer is now @KatharineFoster on the social media app. She previously had changed her bio to list her name as Katharine Foster and it now says Katharine McPhee Foster. Katharine tied the knot with music producer [...]

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Katharine: Katherine is a feminine name. It is popular in historically Christian countries, as it was the name of one of the first Christian saints, Catherine of Alexandria.