Marie Osmond Asking for Urgent Prayers After Newborn Granddaughter Hospitalized

May 24, 2019May 24, 2019

Marie Osmond is asking for prayers for her new granddaughter. The little girl was just born and not everything is just right, reported PEOPLE.

The baby, whose name has not been revealed, is the child of her daughter Brianna Blosil Schwep, 21, and her cinematographer husband Dave Schwep, 42. She was taken to the NICU at one of the Children's Miracle Network hospitals.

It's not clear what is wrong with the infant, but she did arrive 10 days late. She was born 6 lbs. 10 ounces, revealed Osmond.

She wrote, "Asking for prayers for my precious granddaughter born this evening 6lbs 10 ounces. So thankful she was able to be taken to children’s ICU in one of our amazing @CMNHospitals #gratitude that she is in their care!"

Brianna and Dave first got engaged last November. Dave announced the news in an enthusiastic Instagram post, which showed both of their rings.

“I am so honored and grateful to be engaged to marry my best friend and lover Brianna Patricia-Lynne," the cinematographer/director wrote.

In December, he announced that the couple had already married in a small ceremony with their parents. They would be celebrating with more people in 2019.

“Brianna and I committed to each other in a private ceremony with our parents. We look forward to a larger celebration with our friends and family in the coming year. I am so grateful to be sharing my life with such an amazing human,” he wrote alongside a photo of the couple in white.

Brianna is one of Osmond’s eight children. The singer has three other daughters, Jessica, 31, Rachael, 30, and Abigail, 16, as well as four sons, Stephen, 36, Brandon, 22, Matthew, 21, and Michael, who died at 19 by suicide.

This is Osmond's fifth grandchild. She's also expecting another grandson from her daughter Rachael in July.

Please join us in praying for the baby. May she regain her health and go home with her family!

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