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Marie Osmond, 61, Models Glamorous Pink Fur Coat in Unseen Photo Marking 'National Pink Day'

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Jun 26, 2021
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The 61-year-old star, Marie Osmond, donned a pink fur coat on the occasion of National Pink Day. She posted her pictures on Instagram and stated that pink is her absolute favorite color.

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Marie Osmond shared six pictures of herself showing her love for the color pink. In the first photo, Marie posed a pink fur coat with a cup in hand. In the next picture, her pink Ford Thunderbird is the show stopper, followed by three portraits in pink outfits, and one with her brother Donny Osmond, where both are wearing pink,

Osmond has posted a lot of pictures in pink outfits in the past, making it clear that she loves pink. In another post, she was seen modeling skinny jeans paired with an open shirt. She lost 50lbs in 2007 when she participated in "Dancing With The Stars".

Marie Osmond pictured at the National Television Awards at 02 Arena in London, England in 2013. | Photo: Getty Images

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The "Paper Roses" singer has maintained her weight for more than a decade by doing easy exercises and sticking to a careful diet. She has been consistent with 120lbs now for fourteen years. Earlier, she posted a photo on Instagram and revealed her great shape after lockdown.

Osmond is the brand ambassador of a liquid protein diet program and has been following the diet herself for over a decade. She got infected with COVID during the lockdown and put on 5lbs, but lost weight in two weeks with the diet program. She said:

"Everyone asks me if I go hungry because I don't dig into a big meal, but rather have six small ones, and the answer is no, I am never hungry."

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The "Donny & Marie" star enjoyed her time during the lockdown with her children and grandchildren. She described the lockdown as the reality-check year. She clarified that everyone was forced to stay at home, away from distractions, and got the chance to bond again with their family.

For her, staying at home was actually an amazing thing as she finally got the chance to spend more time with her first husband, Steve Craig, and enjoy with her kids and grandkids.

Osmond left "The Talk" in September and decided to spend more time with her family.

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Osmond and her second husband, Brian Blosil share three sons, Brandon, Matthew, and Stephen, and four girls, Abigail, Brianna, Jessica, and Rachel, all born between 1982 and 2002. They had another son named Michael, who passed away in 2010 by suicide.

Osmond and her first and current husband, Steve Craig share a son, Stephen James Craig Jr. The couple is grandparents to seven children, with the eighth grandchild is on the way. Osmond spent a lot of time with her grandkids during the pandemic. She said:

"My husband and I just dropped our last two kids off at college, we looked at each other, laughed and remembered we hadn't been this alone together since 1982!"

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Osmond has been performing for almost six decades in films, live concerts, music, television, talk shows, and many more. The performer merits her late mother, Olive Osmond who kept her modest. She started her magnificent journey to success at the age of 3.

Marie returned to TV movies two years back, in 2019 with "The Road Home For Christmas" and "The Christmas Edition" in 2020. She shared that she loves to be in the entertainment business and is coming up with a new movie this summer.

Osmond left "The Talk" in September after she decided to spend more time with her family. She posted a picture on Instagram, announcing the news of leaving the show. Her fans were extremely disappointed.

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