Marie Osmond defends her decision not to leave an inheritance to her children

Marie Osmond speaks openly about her decision not to leave an inheritance to her children.

Back in 2020, the 63-year-old entertainer announced that she plans to donate all of her money to charity after her death and has no plans to leave any money to her children.

In a new interview Marie defended her decision.

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“Honestly, why would you allow your child not to try to be something? I don’t know anyone who becomes anything just by giving them money.” Marie shared with Us weekly. “To me, the greatest gift you can give your child is the passion to find who they are inside and to work. I mean I’ve done so many things since designing dolls [and much more]. i love to try [and] I want to try everything. I’m a finisher.”

Marie adding: “It’s one of my rules with my kids. If you start it, you finish it, you never have to do it again, but you have to finish it. And I just think everything [an inheritance] causes laziness and entitlement. I have worked hard and I will spend it all and have fun with my man [Steve Craig].”

Marie shares son Stefan39, with her husband steve as well as children Rachel31, jessica35, brandon26, brianna24, matthew23 and abigail18, with ex-husband Brian Blosil. Marie and brianthe eldest son, Michaeldied by suicide in February 2010 at the age of 18.

Marie isn’t the only star not leaving an inheritance to his children.

https://www.justjared.com/2023/01/14/marie-osmond-defends-decision-to-not-leave-her-kids-an-inheritance/ Marie Osmond defends her decision not to leave an inheritance to her children

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