December 24, 2020
Television personality and "The Talk" co-host Sharon Osbourne recently reunited with her husband and puppies after being away from home in isolation due to her COVID-19 diagnosis.
Sharon Osbourne is back home! The reality television personality recently revealed that she had been cleared to come back home after battling COVID-19. She shared a picture of a sweet welcoming she got when she got home and happily announced:
"Got the ok to go home after two negative test results and look at the joy waiting for me! So grateful to be home for the holidays."
To celebrate her good fortune, Osbournegushed over the
heart-warming homecoming party that she got. The picture she posted featured her husband of almost four decades, music icon Ozzy Osbourne, and their multitude of adorable dogs.
Ozzy was seated on the couch, rocking a face mask, alongside their puppies. He was casually dressed in a white graphic t-shirt and a pair of black pants.
Right beside him were five adorable and precious fluffball puppies ranging through different colors of brown, black, and white. Even with a mask on, Ozzy's happy expression could be seen.
Sharon's fans and followers melted completely at the heartwarming sight of love and heaven waiting for her after so long. Nothing warmed Sharon's heart better than the love of her husband and precious dogs.
Back in March, Sharon's daughter, Kelly, expressed how worried she was for her parents' health because of their health conditions.
Sharon's long-anticipated homecoming came a little over a week after the 68-year-old first revealed on Instagram that she tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
The TV star had to go into self-isolation to recuperate and keep her family protected. She added that Ozzy tested negative for coronavirus.
The 72-year-old rock icon is said to be at a higher risk for serious complications should he contract the virus, as he has Parkinson's disease. Sharon is also a colon cancer survivor and is at high risk as well.
Sharon's revelation also came days after it was reported that her fellow panelist on "The Talk," Carrie Ann Inaba tested positive for COVID-19. Back in March, Sharon's daughter, Kelly, expressed how worried she was for her parents' health because of their health conditions.
She wrote on Instagram that she wished there was a way she could comfort others as she was very worried about people's safety. She did her best and admitted that she was scared too.
Earlier this month, the 36-year-old passionately spoke about people who hide their novel coronavirus diagnosis and keep it a secret. She referred to them as serial killers. Sharon would no doubt enjoy her return to her home and family.