Marie Osmond Shares New Photo Showing One of Her Quarantine Activities
Marie Osmond recently took to social media to give her fans a glimpse into her preferred quarantine activity.
On August 11, Marie Osmond, 60, shared two photos taken after finishing a puzzle on Instagram. In the caption, the music icon said that she knows she is not the only one doing puzzles this year. She added:
"What have been some of your favorites? Loved the #retro toys and colors in this one."
Marie Osmond at "The View" studios on January 11, 2018, in New York City | Photo: Gotham/GC Images/Getty Images
In the post, which already amassed more than 5,000 likes as of writing, Osmond is seen looking over her right shoulder toward the camera.
Grinning brightly for the camera, Osmond appeared to be sporting a denim jacket with long sleeves. She wore her hair loose.
Apparently, the acclaimed host was glad to have completed what seemed to be a significant task. Her legion of fans loved the post.
They revealed in the comment section that puzzling was also their favorite activity during the quarantine.
They also said that it was an excellent way for their families to spend quality time with each other. One fan wrote: "I've done this one too! Brought back some memories."
In 2006, Osmond made headlines for what was at first reported as a suicide attempt.
Osmond established herself as a top country artist. She is best known for her hit songs "Paper Roses" and "Meet Me in Montana."
She is regularly associated with her collaboration with her older brother as the pop duo Donny & Marie. During the mid-1970s, the talented siblings hosted their own TV variety program.
Osmond has also been featured on Broadway. She additionally appeared in several television shows such as "Dancing With the Stars."
Osmond, who premiered as a new host of "The Talk" in September 2019, experienced major transitions in her own life even with continued commercial success.
In 1985, she divorced her first husband, legendary actor Stephen Craig. The pair shared a son named Stephen.
A year later, Osmond tied the knot with music producer Brian Blosil. Eventually, the couple would have a family of eight children.
In 2006, Osmond made headlines for what was at first reported as a suicide attempt. However, a representative said that Osmond was hospitalized not for attempting suicide, but for a terrible reaction to a medicine.
Before being released, Osmond spent several days in an Orem, Utah, hospital. In 2007, she and Blosil announced their separation.
Later that year, her father, George, passed away at his home in Utah. In May 2011, Osmond remarried ex-husband Craig.
Meanwhile, there are a lot of activities that one can do in the midst of the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic.
Aside from puzzles, one can read a book, watch a television series, keep a blog, set up a workout routine, listen to music, and much more. The key to coping well during these trying times is being active and productive.