Sharon Osbourne returned home after recovering from COVID-19 and being released from a brief hospital stay.
The TV personality, 68, was forced to self-isolate after testing positive for respiratory illness and is thrilled to be reunited with his family days before Christmas.
Sharing a candid photo on Thursday of her husband Ozzy Osbourne wearing a mask on the sofa alongside five puppies, she wrote: ‘I was allowed to come home after two negative test results and watch the joy who awaits me!
Back home: Sharon Osbourne returned home and reunited with partner Ozzy, 72, after recovering from COVID-19 and being released from a brief hospital stay
‘So grateful to be home for the holidays and thank you very much for your love and support…
“Stay safe and wishing you the best vacations”.
Her comments come nearly 10 days after revealing that she had tested positive for the coronavirus and was recovering far from her husband, 72.
She tweeted at the time: “I wanted to share that I tested positive for Covid 19. After a brief hospitalization I am now recovering in a place away from Ozzy (who tested negative) while The Talk is in scheduled break. Everyone, please stay safe and healthy. (sic) ‘
“Look at the joy that awaits me! The TV star, 68, was forced to self-isolate 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 candid photo of her husband wearing a mask on the couch alongside five puppies on Thursday, she wrote: ‘I was allowed to go home after two negative test results’
Black Sabbath rocker Ozzy, with Parkinson’s disease and associated with his age, it puts at a higher risk if exposed to COVID-19.
Speaking to GQ last month, the star also said of her pre-existing conditions, “I have emphysema so if I get this virus I’m f **** d. ”
Sharon’s friend Piers Morgan sent her best wishes on last Tuesday’s episode of Good Morning Britain.
He told viewers: “I just want to say good wishes to my old mate Sharon Osbourne. She is in the hospital with coronavirus. Ozzy isolates himself.
Shocking Twitter announcement: Her comments come nearly 10 days after revealing she tested positive for coronavirus and is recovering away from her husband
“She says she feels like she’s been beaten up but will be fine in a few weeks, so best wishes to Sharon.” “
One of her program co-hosts, Carrie Ann Inaba, said earlier in December that she tested positive in an Instagram post, saying she suffered from “a lot of aches and pains” and coughing fever before the test, which left her off the CBS show for a week.
Sheryl Underwood said on last Thursday’s show: “As you can see, Carrie Ann is not here with us today… she found out this morning that she had tested positive for COVID-19.
“Obviously our thoughts are with her, we love her and we pray for a full recovery. And, out of caution, Ms O will be performing at home today, even though she tested negative for the coronavirus.
Staying safe: Black Sabbath rocker Ozzy has Parkinson’s disease and, together with his age, this puts him at higher risk if exposed to COVID-19 (photo 2017)
Sharon said on the show, “I send all my love and prayers to Carrie Ann. “
In September, Sharon said she quarantined herself from The Talk after her three-year-old granddaughter, Minnie, tested positive for COVID-19.
The star told fellow panelists her loved ones were in good health amid fear of the family, including her son Jack – Minnie’s father – who lives with multiple sclerosis.
“I was supposed to be in the studio, I couldn’t wait to be there,” Osbourne said, appearing from a distance on the show.
Test positive: One of her program co-hosts, Carrie Ann Inaba, said earlier in December that she tested positive in an Instagram post, saying she was suffering from “a lot of aches and pains”
“And then, unfortunately, one of my granddaughters contracted COVID. She is fine; she is fine. I do not have it.
“Her daddy doesn’t have it. His mom doesn’t have it. Her sisters don’t. She got it from someone who works for my son. And it just shows that she’s three years old, that children can get COVID.
Despite the setback, Sharon said her heart was with The Talk on her Season 11 debut, but she was acting out of caution amid the pandemic and following safety protocols.
“Oh my Lord, I want to see you guys so badly,” she said. “I have one week left in quarantine and I’m out.
Quarantined: In September, Sharon said she quarantined herself from The Talk after her three-year-old granddaughter Minnie tested positive for COVID-19
Update: She told fellow panelists her loved ones were in good health amid the fear of family, including her son (and Minnie’s dad) Jack, who lives with multiple sclerosis
And like I said, I don’t have it. I keep testing negative, but, you know, you need to be safe.
Sheryl Underwood asked Sharon, “Sharon, did Jack ask about me? He might need me to come to quarantine with him.
She replied that Jack was, “Just as upset because he was planning on coming to the studio with me just to wish you luck.”
Sharon’s announcement comes as the talk show has concluded production for the remainder of 2020.
The show is set to undergo staff changes, with Eve and Marie Osmond leaving, with incoming replacements Elaine Welteroth and Amanda Kloots (who lost husband Nick Cordero at 42 to complications from coronavirus last July) .
In the process of changing: The star has said her heart is with the series as it debuts in Season 11, but that she is acting out of caution amid the pandemic and following safety protocols
Staying the Course: At the time, Sharon said she tested negative for the virus but was following protocols