Kelly Osbourne has refused to cash in on her upcoming wedding and marriage, despite being offered reality TV shows after announcing her engagement.
Kelly Osbourne has refused to cash in on her upcoming wedding.
The 'Fashion Police' star, who shot to fame on her family's fly-on-the-wall TV show 'The Osbournes', says she has been inundated with offers since announcing her engagement to Matthew Mosshart but they have no plans to profit from their wedding and marriage.
Speaking on 'The Talk', she said: ''People know we got engaged in December of last year but kept it a secret for six months.
''I realised very quickly that, in Hollywood, people don't realise that you get married for love.
''They think you get married for attention, and I don't want to do a reality show, I've already done that. Every morning we wake up to another email, it's like, 'an offer you cannot refuse.' I can refuse that, I don't want to be on another reality show. I'm fine right now, thank you.''
The couple began a long-distance relationship after meeting at the wedding of Kate Moss and Jamie Hince - who is in rock group The Kills with Matthew's sister Alison - in 2011.
The 29-year-old chef then made the ''biggest sacrifice'' by moving from New York to Los Angeles so they could be together more often.
Kelly, 28, explained: ''Long-distance relationships often don't work out. We'd dated for a year and knew we wanted to be together.
''People say we're co-dependent but we just want to be together all the time. I've never felt this close to another human being, ever.''
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