Marie Osmond Once Shared Thoughts on Why She Doesn't Worry about Getting Older
"The Talk" co-host, Marie Osmond, has been in the Hollywood spotlight for nearly five decades now, and she still keeps glowing. The 60-year-old actress has some secrets that help stay beautiful, and she owes her ageless look to her healthy lifestyle.
Actress and television personality, Marie Osmond is highly recognized in Hollywood as one of the ageless beauties. The "Paper Roses" star is also a multiple gold and platinum-selling vocalist.
She's known for co-hosting the popular 70s' weekly variety show, "Donny and Marie" with her brother. The show which aired on ABC was later renamed "The Osmond Family Hour."
Osmond also hosted and produced her self-named variety show on Hallmark Channel, which has 150 aired episodes. The actress made her debut as co-host on CBS daytime talk show, "The Talk" in the show's tenth season premiere in 2019.
Marie has stayed active in the entertainment industry for five strong decades as a singer, actress, dancer, author, public speaker, entrepreneur, and talk show host.
Marie's Ageless Beauty
Marie Osmond was awarded the "Timeless Beauty Award" by the Hollywood Beauty Awards in 2019. The 60-year old actress manages to stay beautiful regardless of time, and she owes it to her healthy lifestyle.
"When it comes to beauty, it's very simple to me. Exercise, sleep is important."
As regards her "Timeless Beauty Award," Osmond explained that she worked with best hair stylists and make-up artists in the business, so it was not so much a surprise that she won. The actress also spoke of the importance of audacity in creating a legacy like hers.
Marie also mentioned the relevance of strength in her struggle to become an iconic figure and how such a battle can cause women to relinquish, a virtue she describes as the "greatest gift" of women everywhere.
Marie's Beauty Secrets
Marie, who's been popularly described as one of the ageless beauties of our time, is also particular about the importance of inner beauty.
The talk-show host is a part-owner of a skincare line called "MD Complete," which she credits for her golden look. She has her favorite products which she uses every day.
In an interview she had some years back, Marie explained that she's not worried about getting older. She spoke about her upbringing and the virtues like kindness, instilled in her by her mother.
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Photos can look perfect, but did you know that everything isn’t perfect? 🙃 In fact everything is “perfectly imperfect!” We make perfect by our choices. So when I ran across this saying this week, I wanted to share it with you. 🤗 “Be happy, not because everything is good, but because you can see the good side of everything.” See the verb in front of the word “happy?” That little verb says it all… ”BE.” That’s our action, our thing... to just do it and choose to be happy. If it rains on your wedding day, be happy; if dinner doesn’t turn out, be happy, even if you don’t want to be happy… just choose to do it because you can make happy your default emotion. 😉👍 Sound too easy? Remember, it doesn’t take skill to see the good side of everything, it just takes practice! 😊 We live in a fallen world, where so much of the news is negative and then there’s social media... which seems to be filled with amazing trips, clean and tidy homes and well behaved toddlers—a harsh contrast to our lived in lives. Food presentation is beautiful, and no one goes to Home Depot dirty only to run into your boss from work. So with all that going on around you—if you find it’s a personal struggle to see the good side of things—it’s totally understandable. It takes practice to confront those negative thoughts and “choose” to look for the good side, but staying with it can make it become a positive habit. My Mom always said “Marie if you want to create a habit, or break a habit, you can do it in 30 days. Just be consistent for a month!” Our Heavenly Father does not walk around heaven sad and morose, He is filled with light and when we think of Him we will have that light also. 🥰 God is love and His light produces joy and happiness which will not leave room for any negative thoughts. Choose HAPPY and don’t let anyone or anything take it away from you!! Let me know how it goes... in a month! 😉 Right now, I choose to not stress perfection, have a messy house and share lots of happy memories with my grandkids 😁💋
The singer also mentioned that she's happy with the changes that come with each decade of her life. She said,
"I like the wisdom that comes with age."
Osmond added that she doesn't consider herself to be perfect, but she embraces the changes that come with her age as they help her discover who she is.
Her Weight Loss Struggle
Marie once opened up about her struggle with weight loss and why it was vital for her to shed the extra weight she accumulated in her younger working years.
She explained that she received a lot of criticism on her added weight from people, but the one that hit the most was from her son. She recalled her son saying to her,
"Mom, you're all we have. We can't lose you. I don't want to hurt your feelings, but you've got to lose weight."
Osmond revealed that she spent four months dieting and following the carefully-prepared food schemes from Nutrisystem, a platform she credits for their effective diet/weight loss plan.
The "Donny and Marie" star is married to Stephen Craig, for the second time. The two first got hooked in 1983 and had their only child together, Stephen, a year after.
Craig and Osmond got divorced in 1985, and the year after, Marie married Brian Blosil with whom she birthed two children. Blosil and Osmond went on to adopt five children. The two got divorced in 2007.
Speaking on her second marriage, Osmond recalls it being a rash decision on her part and said,
"You have to be so careful not to jump into a relationship after you've been through a sad one. You really need time on your own."
Marie remarried her first husband, Craig, in 2011, and the two have stayed married since.