Sharon Osbourne è stata in prima linea quando si tratta di assistere Ozzy Osbourne nelle sue continue complicazioni di salute. Ozzy – a cui è stato diagnosticato il morbo di Parkinson nel 2003 – ha precedentemente parlato dei suoi disturbi, che secondo lui sono diventati “un incubo” da gestire per lui. “Quando avevo circa 69 anni e mezzo pensavo tra me e me: ‘Un giorno, mi chiedo quando comincerò a sentirmi un vecchio?'”, ha detto a Express. Ozzy ha aggiunto: “Quando ho compiuto 70 anni, avevo la fottuta cosa del pollice. È stato un incubo dopo l’altro”.

Now, Sharon is revealing how Ozzy's personal struggles have impacted their marriage as their focus has shifted to Ozzy's continuing health issues.

Sharon Osbourne said their life stopped when Ozzy became ill

Sharon Osbourne has made it very clear that she intends to stick by Ozzy Osbourne as he battles myriad health complications. The Emmy Award-winning talk show host has opened up even further about Ozzy's condition and the effect it has had on their relationship. "Suddenly, your life just stops," Sharon said in the ITV documentary "Paxman: Putting Up with Parkinson's," per People. She went on to say, "I'm sad for myself to see him that way, but what he goes through is worse. And sometimes when I look at him and he doesn't know I'm looking at him, I'm like crying." 

Sharon went on to recall their lives before Ozzy's 2003 diagnosis, which she said included a plethora of physical activities. She further explained how the experience forced their family to spend more time together. She also suggested that she now loves Ozzy more than she ever did. Unfortunately for Ozzy, his health has wavered in recent months — he was diagnosed with COVID-19 in April. Days later, Sharon revealed that she had also contracted the virus and would not be returning to her talk show. The couple has since recovered from their bouts with the illness.


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