They were first wed from 1982 to 1985.
And now that they are on their second marriage – they tied the knot again in 2011 – Marie SINGER Osmond said she and Steve Craig couldn’t be happier.
‘I know I’ll never find anyone I love or respect more than Steve,’ the former Dancing With The Stars contestant told Closer Weekly.
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Happy again: Marie Osmond told Closer Weekly that she is happy with Steve Craig who she married for the second time in 2011; here they are pictured in June 2013
The Seventies icon – who starred with her brother on the variety show Donny & Marie from 1976 to 1979 – said she was surprised at first when she fell back in love with her ex.
‘You don’t plan those things,’ the singer said.
‘But we celebrate it all the time.’
The first time they walked down the aisle together: They were first wed from 1982 to 1985
The couple wed in Las Vegas at a Mormom temple then had the reception at their Nevada home. He is a former basketball star.
‘I am so happy and look forward to sharing my life with Stephen, who is an amazing man as well as a great father to my children,’ said Marie at the time. Together they have son Stephen, 32.
Osmond wore the same wedding dress, designed by Ret Turner, that she wore at the couple’s first wedding.
Old friends: Osmond with Charo at The 42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards in LA on Sunday
The mother of seven also pointed out that picking a wedding anniversary to celebrate is an odd choice to make since they tied the knot twice.
‘We actually celebrate our original wedding date,’ the Maybe This Time star – who looked incredible in black at the Daytime Emmys on Sunday – said.
‘That’s June 26. The 4th [of May] is the date we chose to get married a second time because that is my son’s birthday and I wanted him to be there for the wedding [in spirit],’ she added.
Her son Michael Bryan Blosil committed suicide at age 18 after struggling with depression and drugs.
She won a whole new fan base on this show: The Las Vegas staple competed on Dancing With The Stars with Jonathan Roberts in 2007
‘My son was not gay,’ Osmond told Oprah Winfrey in an interview in 2010.
‘He wanted to be married and have a family and travel all over the world. And it wouldn’t matter if he was. I have a daughter who is gay, and it was my daughter who was offended by it, like, “What? All gay kids commit suicide?” She really wanted it cleared up.’
It was speculated by bloggers that Blosil’s may have committed suicide because of his sexuality.
He jumped to his death from the roof of his Los Angeles apartment building in February 2009.
A family unit: Marie, Stephen and some of their kids leaving church in February in Las Vegas
‘You want the perfect man? That was my son – chivalrous, loved, honored women. Treated them with respect,’ she told Winfrey.
She also said that her son tried to call her the night he took his life but she could not answer the phone because she was performing,
‘I’ve been through some tough things in my life, Oprah. This is probably the hardest that I’ve been through,; she said. ;I think there are always what-ifs. … I think if you live in what-ifs, you stop living.’
Michael was adopted with her ex-husband Brian Blosil.