Ozzy Osbourne Heartbroken After Not Being Able to Kiss or Hug Daughter Kelly Amid Pandemic
Kelly Osbourne recently shared touching photos showing her spending some time with her family amid the coronavirus outbreak. In the caption of the post, the star explained that she wasn’t able to see her parents for weeks.
According to Kelly’s post, she wasn’t able to see her parents, Ozzy and Sharon, 67, for almost three weeks. She took to Instagram where she shared a photo of herself and her family practicing social distances.
The trio was pictured sitting on opposite sides of the backyard swimming pool while wearing masks and gloves. In the caption of her post, Kelly revealed that she wasn’t able to “hug” her parents but appreciated that she could see them.
Osbournes are doing well
The star continued her post sharing that the Osbournes were safe and “doing well.” She then thanked her fans for their support, well wishes, and love.
I love you all, stay safe
Kelly got to see her parents
The March 26, 2020, post read: “It was so lovely seeing you today.” Ozzy, 71, continued sharing that his heart broke because he couldn’t hug and kiss his daughter.
Why you should practice social distancing
The World Health Organization (WHO) has encouraged people to practice social distancing to help fight against the spread of COVID-19. It involves maintaining at least 3 feet distance between yourself and anyone else.
Catching COVID-19 from sneezing
If a person coughs or sneezes, the small liquid droplets sprayed out could contain the virus if the person is infected. On Monday, March 24, 2020, Kelly took to Instagram again to share an important message.
Kelly urges fans to self-isolate
In the post, the former “Fashion Police” judge urged others to self-isolate amid the coronavirus crisis. She asked her fans to adhere to this important rule to protect people like her father who falls into the vulnerable health category.
Ozzy’s Parkinson’s diagnosis
This year, the rock singer revealed that he was battling Parkinson's disease. To emphasize her message, Kelly created the hashtag “stay home for Ozzy.”
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