April 10, 2019

Donny Osmond Shares Rare Photo with Two of His 10 Grandsons

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Former child star, Donny Osmond, shares an adorable moment as he basks in another phase of fatherhood.

The 61-year-old took to his Instagram account to post a lovely family-time photo with two of his grandchildren. In the photo, the trio reclines on a sofa while the kids enjoy a cuddly embrace from their grandpa.


While the photo gathered over 15000 likes, fans in the comment section expressed their lovely opinions about the admirable family. In his caption, Osmond had a message for fans as he invited the public for a religious program. 

Mentioning that he wasn’t one to display religious zealotry, the actor revealed that he’d rather share his religious views in “personal conversations.” This could be to avoid religious clashes on social media.

Donny Osmond and his wife Deborah are photographed for Closer Weekly Magazine | Photo: Getty Images


Following his marriage to spouse, Debra Glenn in 1978, Donny Osmond became the father of five. In 2005, he became a grandfather, and now, he has multiple grandkids. 

The veteran celebrity, as well as his family, is a member of "The Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saint." Osmond never fails to share his religious views; although in subtle manners.


Donny Osmond came into limelight at the tender age of five when he appeared on "The Andy Williams Show" in 1963 along with his older brothers. The Osmond brothers gained momentum as they toured the world as a five-member musical group. They sold more than 80 million records at the time. ,

While also on the "Donny & Marie" Tv series which the former teen idol featured in alongside his younger sister Marie, Osmond’s fame went a notch higher as the eponymous show garnered a good number of gold records.

Marie Osmond and Donny Osmond perform their 1,000th show at Flamingo Las Vegas | Photo: Getty Images


Moving on from the family business, Donny carved a niche for himself in cartoon arts as he played the roles of characters such as the nanny in Johnny Bravo and the egocentric  “Monsieur Gaston” in Disney’s "Beauty and the Beast" which was produced in 2006.

The multi-talented celebrity also played the lead role in 1999’s "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat." The movie is an adaptation of the Biblical story of Joseph.

Osmond’s lengthy career has enjoyed a good measure of triumph, and it doesn’t stop there. The star continually enjoys what could be termed a blissful family life.