Marie Osmond, 63, goes blonde in rare photo with husband Steve Craig whom she married TWICE
ORLANDO, FLORIDA: Marie Osmond is having fun with her family at Disney World! The 63-year-old singer and actress, debuted a new hairstyle while sharing a rare photo of herself and her husband Steve Craig at Disney World on Friday, December 30.
The singer and former 'Dancing With The Stars' contestant has apparently dyed her hair blonde. Osmond and Craig first married in 1982, but divorced three years later. The couple remarried 26 years later in 2011. The 'Paper Roses' singer was also married to Brian Blosil from 1986 to 2007.
The couple visited Disney World together with their grandchildren over Christmas. Osmond posted pictures on Instagram of their time together, writing, "After we finished the#CandlightCelebration at Epcot, I've been blessed to spend the week with my family here at Walt Disney World! I hope you have all had a relaxing and wonderful week!" Osmond showed off her new shorter blonde hair, a change from her long brunette locks, and wore a black long-sleeved sweater and black leggings with Mickey Mouse print. In the first picture, Osmond grinned at the camera as she posed with her husband Craig, who had his arm around her shoulder. The second picture shows Craig and their grandchildren holding hands as they stroll through the amusement park, as captured by the Osmonds.
Osmond decided to travel with her husband Steve Craig and the rest of her family, including her children Rachael, Matthew, Stephen, Jessica, Brandon, Brianna and Abigail, to enjoy an extended vacation at Disneyland after working there over Christmas. According to her caption on Instagram, she led the Candlelight Procession at the resort's Epcott Park in 2022. Previously, she had said, "My husband and I are flying all of our children and grandchildren to Disney World, and we're all going to celebrate Christmas there. I'll host the processional, and then I will stay a little longer and just be Grandma and Mama. We're going to spoil everyone rotten."
"People need love at Christmas," according to Osmond. The singer stated that it was more crucial to connect with one another during the holiday break than it is to get married for material things. The singer told Closer magazine, "I want to get out to the people and thank them for the six decades they've given me. People need love during the holidays. They don't need stuff. They need to be together. Music is power, love, celebration, and I just want to spread the joy."