Sharon Osbourne, 68, returns home with 72-year-old Ozzie after recovering from COVID-19


Sharon Osbourne has returned home after recovering from COVID-19 and was released after a short stay in hospital.

The 68-year-old TV personality was forced to self-isolate after testing positive for respiratory disease and is delighted to be reunited with her family a few days before Christmas.

Sharing a candid photo of husband Ozzy Osbourne on Thursday with five puppies wearing masks on the couch, she wrote: ‘It’s okay to go home after two negative test results and look at the happiness waiting for me!

Back home: Sharon Osbourne is back home and reunites with her partner Ozzie, after recovering from 72-year-old COVID-19 and relieving a brief stay at the hospital.

‘Thank you home for the holidays and thank you very much for your love and support …

‘Be safe and wish you the best of holidays.’

About 10 days after her comments revealed that she had tested positive for coronovirus, and the 72-year-old was turning away from her husband.

She tweeted at the time: ‘I wanted to share that I tested positive for Kovid 19. After a brief hospitalization, I am now back in a place far away from OG (which has been tested negative). Talk is at scheduled intervals while presenting. All please be safe and sound. (Sic) ‘

'Look at the happiness waiting for me!'  The 68-year-old TV star was forced into self-isolation after testing positive for the disease, and is delighted to be reunited with her family and dogs a few days before Christmas

‘Look at the joy waiting for me!’ The 68-year-old TV star was forced into self-isolation after testing positive for the disease, and is delighted to be reunited with her family and dogs a few days before Christmas

Love: Sharing a clear picture on Thursday of her husband wearing a mask on the couch with five puppies, she wrote: 'It's okay to go home after two negative test results'

Love: Sharing a clear picture on Thursday of her husband wearing a mask on the couch with five puppies, she wrote: ‘It’s okay to go home after two negative test results’

Black Sabbath rocker Ozzie, who has Parkinson’s disease and is coupled with his age, puts it He should be exposed to COVID-19 at a high risk.

Speaking with GQ last month, Star also said of her odd circumstances: ‘I’ve got emphysema, so if I get this virus, I’m f **** d.’

Sharon’s friend Pearce Morgan sent her her best wishes in last Tuesday’s episode of Good Morning Britain.

He told the audience: ‘I want to wish my old partner Sharon Osbourne all the best. He is in the hospital with coronovirus. Ozzy is isolated.

Shocking Twitter announcement: Nearly 10 days after her comment revealed that she had tested positive for coronovirus, and was getting away from her husband

Shocking Twitter announcement: Nearly 10 days after her comment revealed that she had tested positive for coronovirus, and was getting away from her husband

‘She says she thinks she’s beaten up, but she’ll be fine in a few weeks, so good luck to Sharon.’

One of her co-hosts on the program, Carrie Ann Inaba, said earlier in December that she tested positive in an Instagram post, saying she suffered ‘a lot of aches and pains’ and cough fever ahead of the test Done, which sidelined them. CBS show for a week.

Sheryl Underwood said during the broadcast last Thursday: ‘As you can see, Carrie Ann is not here with us today … she found out this morning that she tested positive for COVID-19.

‘Obviously, our thoughts are with him, we love him, and we are praying for a complete recovery. And, with an abundance of caution, Mrs O is doing the show from home today, even though she has tested negative for coronovirus. ‘

Staying safe: Black Sabbath rocker Ozzie has Parkinson's disease and is paired with his age, this puts him at high risk. He should be made aware of COVID-19 (Fig. 2017)

Staying safe: Black Sabbath rocker Ozzie has Parkinson’s disease and is paired with his age, this puts him at greater risk. He should be made aware of COVID-19 (Figure 2017)

Sharon said on the show: ‘I send all my love and prayers to Carrie Ann.’

Back in September, Sharon stated that she parted ways with The Talk after her three-year-old granddaughter Minnie tested positive for COVID-19.

Starr told his fellow panelists that his relatives were in good health due to family fears, including his son Jack – Minnie’s father – who is living with multiple sclerosis.

“I was going to come to the studio, I was so looking forward to it,” Osbourne said, appearing remotely on the show.

Positive Test: One of her co-hosts on the program, Carrie Ann Inba, said earlier in December that she tested positive in an Instagram post, stating that she had a lot of aches and pains.

Positive Test: One of her co-hosts on the program, Carrie Ann Inba, said earlier in December that she tested positive in an Instagram post, stating that she had a lot of aches and pains.

‘And then, unfortunately, one of my granddaughters came up with COVID. He is alright; She is doing well I do not have. ‘

‘His daddy doesn’t have it. His mother does not have. She does not have sisters. He got it from someone working for my son. And it just goes to show you, she is three years old, so that the children get COVID. ‘

Despite the setback, Sharon said she had a heart with The Talk at the beginning of the 11th season, but she was cautioning between the epidemic and following safety protocols.

‘Oh God, I want to see you guys very bad,’ he said. ‘I have one more week left and then I am out.

Quarantined: Back in September, Sharon said she split from The Talk after her three-year-old granddaughter Minnie tested positive for COVID-19

Quarantined: Back in September, Sharon said she parted ways with The Talk after her three-year-old granddaughter Minnie tested positive for COVID-19

Update: She told her fellow panelists that her relatives were in good health due to family fears, including her son (and Minnie's father) Jack, who is living with multiple sclerosis.

Update: She told her fellow panelists that her relatives were in good health due to family fears, including her son (and Minnie’s father) Jack, who is living with multiple sclerosis.

‘And as I say, I don’t have. I keep testing negative, but, you know, you have to be safe. ‘

Sheryl Underwood asks Sharon: ‘Sharon, Jack asked about me? He may need to come with me and quarantine me. ‘

He replied that Jack was, ‘equally upset because he was planning to come to the studio with me, just to wish you all the best.’

The talk show concludes its production for the remainder of 2020 as Sharon announces.

The show undergoes some personnel changes, with the departure of Eve and Mary Osmond, along with upcoming replacements Ellen Welteroth and Amanda Clotts (who lost her husband Nick Codaro at 42 in coronovirus complications last July).

Going through the changes: The star said she had a heart with the show beginning of the 11th season, but she was cautious amid epidemics and following safety protocols

Going through the changes: The star said she had a heart with the show beginning of the 11th season, but she was cautious amid epidemics and following safety protocols

Staying the course: Sharon said at the time that she had tested negative for the virus, but was following protocol

Staying the course: Sharon said at the time that she had tested negative for the virus, but was following protocol

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