Marie Osmond Reveals Name of Newborn Granddaughter Who 'Is Still in the Hospital' (Photo)

Last week Thursday, legendary singer Marie Osmond revealed that her daughter had given birth to a baby girl. Now the singer has shared the name and picture of the precious little girl.

Marie Osmond, 59, initially shared with her fans that her daughter Brianna Blosil Schwep, 21, and her husband David Schwep, 42, had gotten their first child together. At the time, she also revealed that she was now a grandmother again to a little girl.

She also asked fans for prayers as the child had been taken to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). However, Osmond never explained why.

On Tuesday, Osmond shared a tweet revealing the little girl’s name and also shared an adorable image of the newborn baby. In the caption, she also shared that her granddaughter was still at the hospital, but was doing well.

Her tweet read

“So grateful to welcome my newest #granddaughter, Brianna & David’s first child Maude Bailey-Moon Schwep into the world. She is still in the hospital, but is doing very well! Thank you everyone for the prayers, it means so much to us! #schwepicbaby”

The black-and-white photo of Maude showed her sleeping peacefully while swaddled in a blanket with heart decorations on it. For last week’s announcement of the little girl’s birth, Osmond also revealed how her daughter was doing.

In a statement, she said

“My daughter, Brianna, gave birth to a beautiful little girl. Mom is doing well and my granddaughter is currently in a pediatric ICU. Thankfully, the prognosis looks great for our little angel.”

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I absolutely love this picture, look at my sweet husband and darling grandkids, and now we have two more on the way! It’s so thrilling but I have to be honest with you, when I looked at this picture I thought, “where has time gone? Wasn’t it yesterday these sweet little ones were my own children?” I’m so thrilled my kids are married to wonderful people and have started families of their own, there’s no greater joy on earth... But... Where did the time go? Time is something we talk about ALL THE TIME! For instance: Do you have time? What time is it? Let’s make time. I don’t have time right now. Time is of the essence. It’s time to go! It’s about time! Time’s up! There’s more... but what I do know about time is God gave ALL of us the same amount of minutes in every hour. Those minutes are the same no matter if you’re at work, cleaning the house or sitting through a movie... but they can sure feel different, don’t they? I certainly can’t slow time down (believe me I’ve wished for it) but I can do things that will make my time more meaningful... and I want to stress this as strongly as I can, you do not have to do huge things to have meaningful experiences with other people! There were many times the Savior changed someone’s life just by giving people a “moment” of His time. He was never in a hurry when it came to ministering to people. His apostles sometimes tried to keep him moving on to the next place but the Savior knew something very important about time... it was His to give. He could offer people very little in the way of material things, but he did have time, and He gave it freely! Go to my website to read the rest of my #SundayMessage and a special conversation with my son Matthew. MarieOsmond.com/sundaymessage 👍😊 #TimeFlies #HappySunday

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She added:

“We are grateful she is in exceptional hands with her team of doctors and nurses. We ask for your continued thoughts and prayers.”

Maude was taken to one of the CMN Hospitals which are special to Osmond as she helped co-found the non-profit organization that raises funds for children’s hospitals, medical research, and community awareness of children’s health issues. The singer has eight children with her husband Stephen Craig.

She has three other daughters, Jessica, 31, Rachael, 30, and Abigail, 16, and four sons, Stephen, 36, Brandon, 22, Matthew, 21, and Michael, 19, who died by suicide

Osmond is already a grandmother to four grandchildren and is expecting another grandson from her daughter Rachael in July.

Her message on Twitter asking for prayers for her granddaughter read

“Asking for prayers for my precious granddaughter born this evening 6lbs 10 ounces. So thankful she was able to be taken to children’s ICU in one of our amazing @CMNHospitals #gratitude that she is in their care!...”

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