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Sharon Osbourne Won't Be Spending Christmas with Her Husband Ozzy for the First Time in 40 Years

Afouda Fortune
Dec 24, 2019
09:30 P.M.
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Sharon Osborne recently revealed her plans to have a solo Christmas amid her husband’s many health scares.


Although Christmas is a time that families spend with one another, the would not be the case for Sharon Osbourne, whose husband won’t be around for the festivities.

Sharon Osbourne attends the 71st Emmy Awards at Microsoft Theater | Photo: Getty Images


According to Closer Weekly, the 67-year-old television personality made the revelation when she visited the set of ITV's Loose Women.

While she noted that doctors had advised her husband, Ozzy, to halt from flying from Los Angeles to London, Sharon said:

“No, he’s not going to come. It’s the first time in 40 years that we’re not together. This will be our 40th Christmas … I know, it’s going to be weird.”

Ozzy Osbourne and Sharon Osbourne attend the Billy Morrison - Aude Somnia Solo Exhibition at Elisabeth Weinstock. | Photo: Getty Images


As it turned out, Ozzy was initially supposed to fly back to the UK with him, but now, he would be spending time with their children, Amy and Jack.

"Ozzy had undergone two months of physiotherapy so he could learn how to properly walk again after he tripped over a rug and fell earlier this year."

Ozzy’s medical orders to stay home in L.A. for Christmas came after a year of scary health issues.


In October 2018, Ozzy shocked his fans when he publicized how he was forced to undergo surgery for an infection in his hand. The television personality was subsequently hospitalized after suffering the flu and pneumonia.

As at the time, Sharon divulged that his doctors believed that hospitalizing him was the fastest way for him to recover.


Independent added that that the 71-year-old singer-songwriter suffered an accident at home earlier this year which made the injuries from his 2003 near-fatal quad bike crash worse.

The latest injuries forced the former “Black Sabbath” star to reschedule dates on a European tour, which was originally slated to kick-off in January 2020.


Metro UK further divulged that Ozzy had undergone two months of physiotherapy so he could learn how to properly walk again after he tripped over a rug and fell earlier this year.

Sharon explained that the incident was a quick one as it didn’t give her sleepy husband enough time to “instinctively put his hands out to break the fall.”


Soon after that incident, the “Crazy Train” crooner hit his head again, on the corner of their marital bed, which had a metal frame, and Sharon recalled that although she saw the accident occur, she couldn’t get to her husband in record time.

The “It’s a Boy Girl Thing” actress mentioned that she knew the injury was severe even though doctors kept telling her that Ozzy was just badly bruised.

We hope Ozzy's health improves this Christmas season.