Marie Osmond Says Her Family Is ‘Quaranteaming’ and Staying in Touch via FaceTime Amid Pandemic
Marie Osmond‘s family has found the best and most convenient way to stay in touch during the lockdown brought on by the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Marie Osmond and her family have nothing to worry about as they have discovered the best way to keep in touch with one another as they quarantine in their respective homes.
According to Closer Weekly, the singer, actress and author shared that her 30-year-old daughter, Rachael Kruger, and her daughter-in-law, Claire, have taken to organizing a “FaceTime get together for the cousins!”
[Marie Osmond] has also been doing her bit to encourage people during the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic.
In a post, which came with an image of her grandchildren wearing patterned face masks, Marie stated that even though her grandchildren didn’t quite understand what was happening in the world. The singer also explained in the post’s caption that:
“I love the idea of being a ‘team’ with those special people in our lives right now. I told them how sweet for their children.”
Marie’s sweet post comes just days after Closer Weekly revealed that she joked that she wanted more grandchildren.
In fact, the want had grown into a massive need that required her to share an image that showed her holding up a sign that read: “Need more grandkids.”
Although the 60-year-old star has been enjoying isolating with her husband, Steve Craig, at their Utah home, she ensured that she took some time out to see her two daughters, Rachael and Jessica, and her granddaughter, Rocket Jade beforehand.
The “Maybe This Time” star has also been doing her bit to encourage people during the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic.
While noting that “fear travels just as fast as that oil and the virus,” the “Dancing with the Stars” alum stated that she realized that peace could be spread just as quickly as fear.
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