Sharon Osbourne broke down in tears as she revealed husband Ozzy Osbourne contracted COVID-19 amid a string of serious health issues.
“I spoke to him and he’s OK. I am very worried about Ozzy right now,” she said Thursday on her new show “The Talk UK.”
“We’ve gone two years without him catching COVID and it’s just Ozzy’s luck he would get it now.”
Sharon, 69, said the first thing she’ll do when she’s reunited with her husband, 73, in the US is “hold him and kiss him” with “about three face masks” on.
“My family’s my life,” she continued. “I can’t believe my luck. I’m missing the show and I’ve only been there three days.”
She vowed to return to air next week, after she gets her “old man back on his feet again.”
“I will be back,” she insisted. “I know I will.”
The news comes just one day after Sharon told Piers Morgan during an interview on his new show, “Uncensored,” that Ozzy is “dying to come home.”
“He’s doing OK. He sends you his love,” Sharon said of her rockstar hubby. “He’s got one more operation left to do and then he’s dying to come back home.”
In January 2020, Ozzy revealed he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. He’s also been suffering debilitating mobility issues following a recent back and neck surgery.
However, his health battles have been mounting even further in recent years, having battled the flu, pneumonia, a life-threatening staph infection in his thumb and a nasty fall.
It was recently revealed that Ozzy and Sharon, who wed in July 1982, will be the subject of a new biopic chronicling their decades-long love story.
“Our relationship at times was often wild, insane and dangerous but it was our undying love that kept us together,” Sharon said in a statement.
The couple, who have had their fair share of “legendary” fights, are parents to three kids: Aimee, 38, Kelly, 37, and Jack, 36.