Katharine McPhee Foster’s Wet T-Shirt Photoshoot Has an Important Message

Katharine McPhee Foster knows how to use fashion for change.

The 38-year-old singer and activist has teamed up with eco-conscious lingerie company Mindd Bra to spread the message of ocean conservation ahead of Earth Day on April 22.

“Happy (almost) Earth Day!” the singer wrote alongside a sexy image of herself taking a dip in the ocean in a wet white t-shirt and briefs, revealing black underwear underneath. let’s do our part to take better care of the planet that future generations will inhabit, like our children!

She continued, “While several environmental causes are important to me, I’m probably the most passionate about ocean conservation, which is why I’m thrilled to share that I’ve teamed up with my family at @minddbra to launch our Oceana Collection, with MINDD bras.

Foster noted that 10% of sales from MINDD’s collection will be donated directly to Oceana, a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and restoring the world’s oceans that is “near and dear to her.”

“These photos…remind me of how grateful I am to work with a bra company founded by women and deeply committed to sustainability,” she added. “So grateful to organizations like @Oceana for all they do to preserve it.”

The positive image and message received an outpouring of support from her followers.

“You are beyond perfect and that’s what I’m here for! I love the look!” a fan wrote.

“Ohh my beauty!!! Excuse me while I lift my jaw off the floor,” another added.

Of course, Foster is no stranger to using her platform to raise issues that are important to her. Besides environmental issues, she is also an advocate for mental health.

Earlier this year, she opened up about struggling with her body image.

In a conversation with Katherine Schwarzenegger-Pratt on her Instagram Live show BDAthe american idol alum opened up about coping with her changing figure before giving birth to son Rennie with music producer husband David Foster in October 2021. Katharine, who has been open about her battle with an eating disorder, explained: “Even though you know your body is going to change, and you expect that, if you’re someone who has control issues with your body…psychologically, it just does something different,” he said. she admitted. “It kinda messed with my mind.

In the same interview, she also shared how difficult it was during her first trimester as she was afraid of gaining excessive weight.

“I was losing control and going back to this messy old version of myself, which was upsetting because I just wanted to enjoy my baby,” she said. “I actually called my old psychiatrist, since I was in a program in my early 20s, and he came and sat down with me and said, ‘What’s going on? “”

“The way I was able to overcome the disordered eating behaviors was non-obsessive and let my body tell me what I needed,” she added. “Not to be like, ‘It has to be oatmeal in the morning, four ounces of protein,’ because that drives me crazy.”

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Elizabeth J. Harless