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Jack Osbourne Gives Update on His 2-Year-Old Daughter Minnie after She Contracted COVID-19

Joe Akins
Sep 25, 2020
04:30 A.M.
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Media personality, Jack Osbourne, has revealed that his 2½-year-old daughter, Minnie, who recently tested positive for COVID-19, contracted the disease from someone who works for him.


"The Talk" host Sharon Osbourne, recently announced that her granddaughter, Minnie, from her youngest child, Jack Osbourne, contracted the novel coronavirus, which prevented her from appearing live in-studio because she had to quarantine.

Jack gave further details of the incident, revealing that Minnie and one of her older sisters got the virus after taking a sip from the drink of an infected staff of Jack who had traveled out of town without informing him and returned home, exposing himself to the family.

Jack Osbourne arrives at The Hollywood Reporter's Emmy Party at Soho House on September 19, 2013 in West Hollywood, California | Photo: Getty Images


The 34-year-old is taking care of Minnie while her unaffected sister is staying with her mom, his ex-wife, Lisa Stelly. Speaking on their present condition, Jack revealed that the 2½-year-old toddler, Minnie, shows signs of improvement though she only had mild symptoms such as a running nose and fever for about three days but currently has no symptoms.

Despite the improvements, Jack still maintained that she's still technically in the positive window because it hasn't been up to the recommended two-week quarantine duration.


Jack made this revelation during Wednesday's episode of the "Pretty Messed Up" podcast, where he spoke to AJ McLean and Cheryl Burke on the health scare in his house.

Following the positive cases in his home, the father-of-three revealed he mostly spends a lot of time indoors as a protective measure. Speaking of his reaction to everything, Jack said:

"I'm to that point where I was like, 'When is this gonna lift? My house has had a COVID outbreak."


Jack's mother, Sharon, who has tested negative for the virus, said Minnie's situation shows that children can also get affected by the virus as against any notion of them being in the safe zone.

The 67-year-old said she only has one more week left of quarantining and can't wait to see co-hosts Sheryl Underwood, Eve, and Carrie Ann Inaba.

Despite their divorce, the ex-couple are committed to raising their children together and have ensured that they remain best friends.


The entire Osbourne family is taking steps to ensure that the family's health crisis does not affect other members of the family. Jack disclosed that he gets tested every two days and his mother and his legendary father, Ozzy Osbourne, have to stay at different locations to ensure safety.

Jack, who has been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, further revealed during the podcast that he found out that his daughters were exposed on Sunday while the family was with his mom, Sharon.


This led to her being quarantined. Sharon said that she spent the summer with her grandchildren bonding during a family holiday. The show host has spoken on the experience of being a grandmother, which she described as "positively overwhelming."

According to her, being a grandmother makes her realize how lucky she is and explains that it feels like "life has gone full circle" in the family. She said:

"It's all overwhelming. But in a good way – in a really positive, lovely way."


Jack Osbourne and his ex-wife actress Lisa Stelly got married in 2012 and divorced in 2019, sharing Minnie, along with daughters Pearl and Andy, between them. They both agreed to joint custody of their daughters.

Despite their divorce, the ex-couple are committed to raising their children together and have ensured that they remain best friends and do things for the general interest of their family.

Jack has since found love again in the arms of Aree Gearhart. Jack recently posted a picture of the couple on vacation with his legendary parents and his children. The couple has made their relationship public and have been spotted together at different events.


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