Kelly Osbourne was delighted to find her fiancé Matthew Mosshart had cooked and cleaned by the time she got home and knows she has found ''true love'' with her caring partner.
Kelly Osbourne loves getting spoiled by her fiancé.
The reality star was delighted when she came home after a long day to find that vegetarian chef Matthew Mosshart had rustled up a tasty dinner for her and scrubbed their house from top to bottom.
Kelly believes Matthew's caring nature proves to her that the couple have found ''true love''.
She gushed in a Twitter post: ''I came home from a 12 hour day to find a home cooked meal, clean house & fresh sheets on my bed #WhenMenGetItRightTheyGetItRight #TrueLove!! (sic)''
Despite the 29-year-old star's relaxing evening, Kelly was finding it hard to get to sleep and had to listen to the Eurhythmics' hit 'Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of These)' in order to nod off.
She added: ''I need a lullaby to put me to sleep #SweetDreamsAreMadeOfThese night night my #TweetHearts! (sic)''
The 'Fashion Police' star and her beau are planning a traditional English wedding at her parents mansion in Buckinghamshire, according to her mother Sharon Osbourne, who is overseeing the special event.
Kelly wants to return to her British roots and eventually settle in the UK because she doesn't want her children to have an American accent.
She said: ''I want to have kids - a boy and a girl - but I'd only want to have them with Matthew. I'd like to live in England when I do, as I will not have a baby call me 'mom'.
''I will kill myself before being called that. I'm in no rush, though - I'm happy watching my brother do it first.''
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