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Donny Osmond Lays on the Grass with Emy, the Only Girl out of Five Children and 10 Grandchildren (Photo)

Edduin Carvajal
Aug 07, 2019
08:40 A.M.
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Former teen idol Donny Osmond, best known for the music group the Osmond Brothers, uploaded a photo on Instagram posing with his “sweet princess” Emy, the only girl in his family.


Donny has been a well-known member of the entertainment industry since 1963 when he appeared in “The Andy Williams Show” at the age of five while singing “You Are My Sunshine.”

During the early 70s, he embarked into a solo career and released very popular songs such as “Go Away Little Girl,” “Puppy Love,” and “Hey Girl.”


When Donny was only 20 years old, he married Debra Glenn. Together, they welcomed five sons: Donald Jr., Jeremy, Brandon, Christopher, Glenn, and Joshua.

In 2005, the former teen idol started having grandchildren and, at the moment, he has ten.


In the picture Donny uploaded to Instagram, he is laying on the grass wearing blue jeans and a pale violet shirt while smiling at the camera.

Emy, wearing light blue jeans and a colorful top, is resting her head on the actor’s arm also flashing her smile at the camera.


For the caption, Donny wrote that out of his five children and ten grandchildren, Emy was the only girl.

“She's my sweet princess. This girl is as radiant on the inside as she is on the outside, and she's growing up so fast. I look at her and feel an immense sense of pride in the strong woman she's becoming. Bapa loves you, Emy,” finished the singer.


In July this year, Donny uploaded another photo posing next to musician Philippe Saisse. In it, he revealed a few details of his upcoming album, which will be the 62nd he’d release.


For the caption, he confessed he was “a little closer” to finishing the album and even hinted its name, revealing only its first and last letter (F and T respectively).

Soon later, Donny uploaded a throwback photo of himself smiling alongside his four brothers, Alan, Wayne, Merrill, and Jay Osmond, and actor Henry Fonda.

He admitted in the caption how fortunate he was for working with “such incredible starts” during the more than five decades in the music industry.

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