Sharon Osbourne Talks about Her Granddaughter's Health Amid the Toddler's Battle with COVID-19

Busayo Ogunjimi
Oct 09, 2020
04:00 P.M.
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In her latest interview with fellow star Dr. Oz, Sharon Osbourne opened up on how her family was faring amid quarantining after the youngest member of the family contracted COVID-19.


TV icon Sharon Osbourne joined Dr. Oz in a virtual chat where she updated fans on her family's welfare and how they were dealing with a current health challenge.

Sharon Osbourne's granddaughter's COVID-19 diagnosis came as a shock to her loved ones, but everyone did the needful by immediately going into quarantine.

Ozzy Osbourne and Sharon Osbourne attend the Billy Morrison - Aude Somnia Solo Exhibitionon September 28, 2017. | Photo: Getty Images



After Dr. Oz confirmed that Sharon's granddaughter, Minnie, got COVID-19, she exclaimed as she mentioned that it was "unbelievable" that her youngest family member came down with the virus. Sharon said about her grandchild:

"...She had a temperature for a few days, and her nose was runny…"

The doting grandma continued as she stated that the little girl's health had improved immensely, and she was good as new. However, the whole family is still sticking to quarantine pending the time the virus vanishes. 



Last month, CBS's "The Talk" launched its 11th season and a return to the studios following the COVID-19 hiatus. All the shows' hosts were present except Sharon, 67, who had some news for them via virtual means.

He noted his dad's decades-long achievements while slamming trolls.

The seasoned TV star made it known that Minnie contracted the novel coronavirus, forcing her and other family members to opt for the fourteen-day quarantine. She stated that her granddaughter's diagnosis confirmed that kids could get the virus. 



Little Minnie is the youngest of three kids born to Sharon's son, Jack. Following his divorce with Lisa Stelly, his wife of six years, the reality star has been handling parenting with his mom and siblings' help.

Speaking to Us Weekly, Jack joked that when his sister, Kelly, was babysitting, there was usually a "weird meltdown." He added that his mom preferred babysitting his oldest child, Pearl. Jack and Stelly, in their divorce announcement, stated that they would remain amicable.



It seems the family's iconic patriarch, Ozzy, also known as "the Prince of Darkness," is gradually getting back on his feet,  after suffering bouts of pain from his Parkinson's disease diagnosis.

In a recent media upload by his family, fans got to see Ozzy, who looked like his health had greatly improved as he sported his signature all-black outfit and presented a warm smile.

Before this, Jack had a social media outburst where he defended his aging dad's grey hairs after trolls pointed it out. He noted his dad's decades-long achievements while slamming trolls.


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