Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne Gets Rid Of the Disease and Happy Again

Ozzy Osbourne and Sharon Osbourne are living an idyllic life with their numerous dogs at their sprawling LA mansion. We can especially see how happy and proud they are about their family by just looking at Sharon Osbourne‘s sweet fun post which she shared on Instagram on Thursday, as well.

Heavy metal singer-songwriter Ozzy Osbourne and British-American television personality, and author Sharon Osbourne are married since 1982. They came to public prominence after appearing on The Osbournes (2002–2005), a reality television show that aired on MTV, which followed her family’s daily life back then. And it seems not much change since those days except they are now appearing on social media instead of television.

Love/hate relationship of Osbourne Family

Last Thursday, Sharon Osbourne shared a photo filled with love and fun by capturing their love/hate relationship. In the first photo, Ozzy is pretending to growl as he holds onto Pepsi. And in the other picture alongside it, the musician is cuddling up to his dog. The post has been liked over 32,000 times and fans have commented very quickly on the image, with many expressing how cute they are. And Sharon captioned the image, “It’s a love/ hate kind of thing,” while some of the fans describing it as “Ozzy’s cheeky grin is hereditary!” Well, can’t say that I do not agree, it’s just typically Ozzy eventually.

Osbourne’s Family’s Lack Down Experience

The celebrity couple also appeared on Loose Women through a video link from their bed recently. The Osbourne couple opened up about the pandemic and their experience of lockdown during their interview.

Ozzy Osbourne says that he just had his covid vaccine and he “felt relieved” after getting it done. And on the other side, Sharon Osbourne also confessed that she has been struggling hard during the pandemic, too.

“It’s very odd; it’s really strange. Last week I had a really bad week, I couldn’t stop crying for three days, and there was no one reason why, I just couldn’t stop. When I’m like that I find it difficult to talk.”

It was especially difficult for the beloved couple as Sharon tested positive for coronavirus and spent several nights in hospital. So they express how they get through these hard times by adding that they were helping each other during the lockdown. Ozzy Osbourne says “She’s my life, but we’ve had our ups and downs along the way.”

Sharon Osbourne has also opened up about her frightening experience earlier on her first day back on The Talk in January and said,

“I’m feeling really fine now, except that I’m still really tired. I nod off at ridiculous times of the day. I’m good, you know I went through all the symptoms – headache, eyeache, bodyache, dizziness, sickness, all of it. I still can’t smell very much or taste very much. There are people who have it much worse than I got it. I think I came out very lucky. I am very lucky,” expresses Sharon herself and her gratefulness with these words.

So, it’s really good to see them getting better day by day and having fun with the family as well. You might also want to take a look at another funny moment of Ozzy Osbourne while he is reacting to his Crazy Train’s hip-hop version recently.

You can also watch Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne’s interview with Loose Women down below.

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