On Wednesday, singer Marie Osmond took to Instagram to announce that her 21-year-old daughter had gotten married. She shared the news with a gorgeous wedding photo.
Brianna Blosil married her fiancé David Schwep. Osmond announced her daughter’s engagement on November 19.
Marie Osmond previously revealed that her daughter Brianna Blosil was engaged to David Schwep via an Instagram post. The post was of the couple together.
For her wedding announcement on Wednesday, Osmond captioned the couple’s image:
“#Congratulations to our beautiful daughter Brianna and her wonderful husband David Schwep. It was an amazing and glorious day!!! We love you both so much and eternally. #MrAndMrsSchwep #FavoritePhoto #Eternity #SweptOffHerFeet #SchwepicDay #FamiliesAreForever.”
For more on this story go to our Twitter account @amomama_usa. Her fans were thrilled for her and took to the comments sections to offer their congratulations.
The announcement of her daughter’s engagement in November was captioned:
“#HappyBirthday to our beautiful daughter Brianna and congratulations on your engagement to fiancé David Schwep. We love you both!!”
The musician is also a mother to seven other children except for Blosil. Her other children are Stephen Craig, Jr., 35, Jessica Blosil, 30, Rachael Krueger, 29, Brandon Blosil, 22, Matthew Blosil, 19, and Abigail Blosil, 16.
Her seventh child, a son named Michael Blosil, tragically committed suicide at the age of 19. He killed himself in 2010.
Besides being a mother to 8 children, Osmond is also a grandmother. She prefers that her grandchildren call her “Glamma” instead of grandmother.
Her grandchildren are Stephen, Jr., Rocket, Christian, and Maxwell. The singer recently posted an image on Instagram of herself and her grandchildren.
She captioned the photo:
“Nothing makes me happier or brings me more peace than being with [my grandchildren] because they are a constant reminder of what is truly important in my life. Being a grandma to these precious children is the most remarkable feeling, I love it! I am so grateful for them and for all the other blessings in my life.”
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