Kelly Osbourne shares adorable photo of Ozzy Osbourne & family celebrating his milestone birthday

A family photo was shared by Kelly Osbourne, 39, in which Brummie legend Ozzy Osbourne is all smiles surrounded by his family on his birthday
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Brummie legend and founding member of Black Sabbath Ozzy Osbourne turned 75 and his family came together to celebrate the milestone.

A family photo was shared by Kelly Osbourne, 39, in which Ozzy is all smiles holding Kelly's son, Sidney, 1, in his lap. While Sharon Osbourne, 71, stands with son Jack Osbourne's oldest daughter Pearl, 10, behind her husband.

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Jack and his fiancée Aree Gearhart pose together beside Pearl with Aree holding the couple's 16-month-old daughter Maple. The photo also includes Jack's daughter Andy Rose, 7, Kelly, her boyfriend, Slipknot musician Sid Wilson and Jack's daughter Minnie Theodora, 5.

Kelly wrote in the caption: "Yesterday [December 3] was my Dadda’s birthday although we kept it low key we had the best time.

"We are always the best versions of ourselves when we are together. I love my family so much it hurts. Dad you are the other pea in my pod. I love you to the moon and back."

Sharon and Jack also shared the photo on their social media accounts - showing how the family stays together even though Ozzy and Sharon moved back to England.

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Sharon revealed on Woman's Hour podcast that despite living in the US for more than 20 years, she's not an American and has missed the British culture and lifestyle.

Sharon told the Woman's Hour podcast: "It's home, it's always been home, I don't think I'm very American and I just feel more at home here. As we change over time, so do places. For me, personally, LA has changed - but not for the better. It's not what it used to be."

However, the primary reason for moving home was to let Ozzy live with some privacy. Sharon said: "Because, where we live in the countryside, it's not full of paps and you know, it's not a busy little town. We have a lot of land so he will be able to walk around and pursue his hobbies that he loves doing without being bothered."

Ozzy was diagnosed with Parkinson's, he revealed in January 2020, and has other health woes as well since damaging his spine in a major accident four years ago.

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