Sharon Osbourne reveals biggest regret regarding daughter Aimee
The Talk’s co-host opened up about her regrets regarding the reality show The Osbournes, revealing how sorry she was when her oldest daughter decided to move out in order to not take part in the show.
Sharon Osbourne's daughter, 34-year-old Aimee, moved out of the family home when she was only 16 years old and this is something that the reality star regrets every day, as she shared on the June 5 episode of The Talk, as ET reported.
As the wife of legendary British rock star Ozzy Osbourne recalled, Aimee did not want to be part of the reality series, which ran from 2002 to 2005 so she moved to stay away from the cameras.
‘My eldest girl Aimee left home at 16 and she couldn't live in our house because we were filming and it drove her insane,’ shared the 65-year-old during that episode of the popular CBS show. She added:
"She felt too that she didn't want to grow up on camera. She hated the idea, it was appalling to her. And so she left at 16. I regret every day that she did, but she was happy. But it broke my heart when she moved."
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The Osbournes introduced Ozzy to a new generation of fans, and turned the influential musician into a reality star, making his wife and two youngest children famous in the process.
But if the celebrity family sacrificed so much of their private life to succeed in show business in the past, as the years went by, husband and wife seem to regret not spending more time together as an ordinary family.
Sharon is not the only who expressed regret for the consequences fame brought to her family life.
Ozzy, now 69, also announced his decision to stop touring recently, and he explained to ET in February that he did it to be closer to his grandchildren. The musician said:
"We've been touring for 50 years. I've never seen my kids grow up -- I've never been around -- and now I have grandchildren and I want to spend some time with them. I feel like a mouse on a wheel going around in circles."
Although Aimee wasn’t ready to expose her day-to-day life when she was 16, she shares her father’s vocation for making music.She released her first single under the pseudonym ARO in 2015, as Rolling Stone reviewed.
Her track, titled Raining Gold, sounds nothing like the music her father used to make in his prime, and, as Galore pointed out, Aimee's sound is similar to female artists such as Lorde or Lana Del Rey.