Marie Osmond, 60, is 'grateful' to be holed up in her Utah home with husband ...

Marie Osmond has taken to her Utah mountain home with her husband Steve Craig - whom she has married twice (in 1982 and again in 2011) while self-isolating during the coronavirus pandemic.

And the 60-year-old The Talk star has been sharing her thoughts from inside her mansion. 

'Some of the best advice I ever received is a message that feels very appropriate in this moment. It came from my father, who always used to tell us, "The most important work you will ever do is within the walls of your own home,"' she told Digital Journal on Wednesday. 'I love what I do and I am so grateful that I'm able to continue working safely from home, but it's the work that I put into myself and into my beautiful family that will always bring me the most joy.'

Live from her home: Marie Osmond has taken to her Utah mountain home with her husband Steve Craig - whom she has married twice (in 1982 and again in 2011) while self-isolating during the coronavirus pandemic

Live from her home: Marie Osmond has taken to her Utah mountain home with her husband Steve Craig - whom she has married twice (in 1982 and again in 2011) while self-isolating during the coronavirus pandemic

All good in the hood: And the 60-year-old The Talk star has been sharing her thoughts from inside her mansion

All good in the hood: And the 60-year-old The Talk star has been sharing her thoughts from inside her mansion

She added, 'That feels especially true right now.' 

And the star, who has been working since she was a child, says she would not change a thing.

'I feel so grateful that ever since I was a young girl, I have been able to do what I love: performing and connecting with people. I've had so many incredible opportunities that have brought me to where I am today,' said the Donnie & Marie star.

First time: She first wed Steve in 1982; here they are seen on their wedding day

First time: She first wed Steve in 1982; here they are seen on their day

Twice is nice: Marie and Steve tied the knot again in 2011; seen here in Las Vegas in 2016

Twice is nice: Marie and Steve tied the knot again in 2011; seen here in Las Vegas in 2016

And the former Las Vegas performer is happy to have NutriSystem provide her with healthy meals.

'Everyone knows how much I love the brand,' she said. 'I've worked with them for 14 years and not only do I know the program works, but I also believe in the company and I know they care. 

'Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, people across America are turning to Nutrisystem because they safely deliver your favorite foods made healthier right to your door.'

She continued, 'It's convenient home-delivery of delicious meals and snacks, perfectly portioned to help you be healthy and stay on track. 

Here she is seen at home: 'Some of the best advice I ever received is a message that feels very appropriate in this moment. It came from my father, who always used to tell us,

Here she is seen at home: 'Some of the best advice I ever received is a message that feels very appropriate in this moment. It came from my father, who always used to tell us, "The most important work you will ever do is within the walls of your own home,"' she told Digital Journal on Wednesday

'Earlier this year, Nutrisystem launched new plans that are personalized to your body type, your goals, and your food preferences. 

'I've gotten so much feedback from customers saying how much they love this and that it's been even easier to stick to and they are able to order and enjoy their favorite foods.'

She also has been sharing hopeful messages on Instagram.

'I've been sharing a lot of messages of hope on my social media that I've found to be so inspiring and so helpful during this time. I think it's very important to reach out to people and let them know that they're not alone in this.'

On the job: Marie has been taping The Talk from her Utah home; she also has a house in Vegas

On the job: Marie has been taping The Talk from her Utah

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