Ozzy Osbourne’s Parkinson’s disease makes her ‘sad’
Sharon Osbourne has spoken openly and honestly about her husband Ozzy Osbourne’s Parkinson’s diagnosis. How is the musician doing now?
Sharon Osbourne (69) has spoken publicly about her husband Ozzy Osbourne’s (73) Parkinson’s disease and his current state of health. In the ITV documentary ‘Paxman: Putting Up with Parkinson’s’ the rock singer’s wife recalled the moment they received the diagnosis in 2003. “All of a sudden, your life just stops,” Osbourne said. “Life as you knew it.”
“My heart breaks for him”
When she looks at her husband today, “my heart breaks for him,” she continued. “I’m sad to see him like this, but what he’s going through is worse.” Every now and then tears would come to her.
Ozzy Osbourne used to be “energetic” and loved “going for walks”. Now even sleeping has become a challenge for the musician, so he has to take the drug cannabidiol at night.
On the positive side, Sharon Osbourne said, “they’re spending so much more time together as a family.” She loves her husband “simply more than three years ago”.
Ozzy Osbourne’s health problems
The rock musician recently had to struggle with various other health problems in addition to his Parkinson’s disease. In April 2022 he also had to survive a corona infection. In June, he also underwent major surgery on his neck following a quad bike accident in 2003.
Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne recently celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary, the two were married on July 4, 1982. They have three children together: Aimee (39), Jack (36) and Kelly (37). The Osbournes recently announced they are moving back to the UK after more than 20 years in Los Angeles, which will be documented in a new BBC series.