Marie Osmond still refuses to leave kids an inheritance as it would harm them
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Marie Osmond does not believe in leaving behind her fortune to her children and says she thinks it would do them more “harm” if they were left a large inheritance and she wants them to “take care of themselves”.
The singer, 64, is estimated to have a net worth of over $20 million [£16,500 million], according to Celebrity Net Worth.
Speaking with Fox News Digital, she said: “I just think you rob them of finding who they are, and self-worth can’t be bought.
“That’s my opinion. I believe that, when I leave this life, I want my children to know that they can take care of themselves.”
The mother of eight admitted that she has financially helped her children throughout their lives.
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She has four boys and girls, Stephen, 40, Jessica, 36, Rachael, 34, Brandon, 27, Brianna, 25, Matthew, 24, and Abigail, 21. She also had a son, Michael, who died in 2010, aged 18.
The Donny and Marie star said: “Does that mean I’m not helping them along the way? Of course not.
“My children are all — they have wonderful jobs that they love.”
They’re very passionate, and I’m so proud of each and every one of them
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Marie has been wed three times. Her first marriage was to Steve Craig who she divorced in 1985 following three years of marriage. But decided in 2011 to remarry him.
Prior to remarrying her first husband, she tied the knot with Brian Blosil in 1986. The couple separated in 2007.
The age-defying beauty has recently embarked on a bucket list challenge by landing a guest appearance on US soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful.
She explained how the opportunity is one of the latest in a long list of fears she has been recently facing.
She previously told the aforementioned outlet: “I’m terrified of heights and jumped out of an airplane. I climbed Mount Sinai with my son.”
“I went to Iceland with my husband. I zip-lined over — it was terrifying — 300 feet over this waterfall, and I’m doing ‘The Bold and the Beautiful.’”
“It’s a bucket list. It’s incredible. I’m just having way too much fun.”
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