Katherine McPhee and David Foster are experiencing all four seasons during their getaway to the Great White North.
McPhee, 38, shared a compilation video of their stunning trip to Instagram on Saturday, which featured clips of the singer stripping down to a bikini on a beach, but also taking a private helicopter flight into the snowy Canadian mountains.
“canadian energy,” she captioned the post, tagging the Nimmo Bay Resort in British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest.
The couple got cozy in Foster’s native country while flying over snow-capped mountains, before landing on a beach where the the “Smash” actress opted for a black bikini.
Elsewhere in the clip, Foster, 72, was seen strumming a guitar while getting some help from his and McPhee’s 1-year-old Rennie.
The former “American Idol” contestant also shared a snap of the couple in the snowy mountains to her Instagram Story — which showed the pair braving the cold in T-shirts.
McPhee wore a pair of pink leggings, a black tee and black snow boots, while her music producer husband looked equally dressed down in blue sweatpants, an Adidas tee and brown boots.
The lux trip comes just days after McPhee posted a steamy snap throwing her leg over her husband as the kissed.
The couple started dating in 2017, one year after the actress finalized her divorce from ex-husband Nick Cokas.
Foster, for his part, had been previously married four times, and is already a father to daughters Allison, Amy, Sara, Erin and Jordan.
The pair tied the knot in an intimate London ceremony in 2019, saying “I do” in front of 100 of their closest friends and family. McPhee stunned in a custom tulle gown by Zac Posen.
Shortly after their trip to the altar, the couple revealed they were expecting their first child together, a baby boy named Rennie.
Raising their son together has been an “absolute joy,” McPhee wrote in an Instagram tribute in June, while wishing her husband a happy Father’s Day.
“[He] loves me like I could have only dreamed of & who made me complete in life by making me a mommy,” the “Scorpion” alum wrote. “I love our little family. I love our big family. You have NEVER complained over how your life is slightly different now.”