‘Breaks My Heart’: Sharon Osbourne is saddened by Ozzy’s condition
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“Breaks My Heart”
Sharon Osbourne is saddened by Ozzy’s condition
10/06/2022 12:04 pm
Many years ago, the Osbournes learned that Ozzy had Parkinson’s disease. Everything then changed for the musician and his wife Sharon, the 69-year-old now explains. Seeing her husband so ill makes her “sad”.
Sharon Osbourne has spoken publicly about her husband Ozzy Osbourne’s Parkinson’s disease and the 73-year-old’s current health. Speaking on the ITV documentary Paxman: Putting Up with Parkinson’s, the rock singer’s wife recalled the moment they were diagnosed in 2003. “Suddenly your life just stops,” Osbourne said. “Life as you knew it.”
When she looks at her husband today, “my heart breaks for him,” she continued. “I’m sorry to see him like this, but what he’s going through is worse.” Every now and then tears came to her.
More love than three years ago
Ozzy Osbourne used to be “energetic” and loved to “walk”. Now even sleeping has become a challenge for the musician, so he has to take the drug cannabidiol at night. However, according to the 69-year-old, it is positive that as a family they “spend so much more time together”. She loves her husband “just over three years ago”.
The rock musician recently struggled with several other health problems in addition to his Parkinson’s disease. He also had to survive a corona infection in April 2022. He also had major neck surgery in June after a quad bike accident in 2003. However, he is currently back in the music business. In early September, a new album from the former Black Sabbath frontman was released under the title “Patient Number 9”.
Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne recently celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary and were married on July 4, 1982. They have three children together: 39-year-old Aimee, 36-year-old Jack and Kelly, a year older. The Osbournes recently announced that they are returning to the UK after more than 20 years in Los Angeles, which will be documented in a new BBC series.