July 14, 2020
Marie Osmond marked 25 years of making dolls in style as she recreated a lovely childhood photo with her doll collection to the delight of her fans.
Marie Osmond is many things, and being the creator of a stunning collection of porcelain dolls is one of them. Last week, the singer showed off that side of her in an Instagram post to commemorate 25 years in the doll-making industry.
Marie Osmond promotes "A Broadway Christmas" at The Broadway.com Studios on December 8, 2010 in New York City. | Photo: Getty Images.
As noted by Closer Weekly, the former member of “Donny and Marie” recreated a sweet childhood photo sleeping in bed and cuddling with three dolls from her collection.
Marie has been in the business of entertaining her fans for more than five decades alongside her older brother Donny Osmond. The sibling singing duo first broke out in 1976 with a variety show named after them.
“The Talk” host paid so much attention to detail that she even used the same multi-colored quilt that was in the throwback photo. Declaring her love for dolls, the 60-year-old wrote:
“I loved dolls then, I love dolls now... even the quilt! Thank you for 25 years of #dollmaking.”
In no time, fans bombarded the comments section with sweet words praising Marie for still keeping the girl in her alive. Others made reference to her doll collection that they got for their daughters.
The publication notes first spoke about her avid doll collection during an episode of her daytime show in April while it was on display in her home in Utah.
She mentioned that she also had “other fun memorabilia” including a lovely Donny & Marie figurine. Marie has been in the business of entertaining her fans for more than five decades alongside her older brother Donny Osmond.
The sibling singing duo first broke out in 1976 with a variety show named after them and have managed to share a tight bond even outside the world of showbiz.
However, their relationship has had its fair share of downs as Closer Weekly recalls that the pair went their separate ways in the 80s to focus on their careers.
They, however, reunited in 2008 for their Las Vegas Residency and took the world by storm until their retirement in 2019. Away from the world of music, Marie is an accomplished author, talk show host, and has made some appearances on Broadway, per Biography.
As regards her personal life, she is a proud mother-of-eight and has been married three times— once to Brian Blosil and twice to actor Stephen Craig.