Kelly Osbourne has written a post on her official website to thank her mother on mother day's for all the support she's given her throughout her life.
Kelly Osbourne has thanked her ''perfect'' mother for always being there for her.
The 29-year-old star has written a heartfelt letter to her mother Sharon Osbourne, wishing the former 'X Factor' judge a happy mother's day and thanking her for her continued support, despite admitting she was often ungrateful in the past.
Writing on her official website, she said: ''Thank you for all the sacrifices you have made in order for me to have a better life. Thank you for never giving up on me when I blamed you for everything I was doing wrong.
''Thank you for teaching me what love is and guiding me to become the person I am today. I am the person I am today because of you.''
The E! 'Fashion Police' critic also apologised for trying to push her mother - who is married to Black Sabbath rocker Ozzy Osbourne - away and confessed she's happy she's grown to be more like her.
She wrote: ''You are the beautiful, kind, generous, loving and let's not forget strongest person I have ever met and the best part is that you are MY mum.
''I may not be exactly like you but if there is anyone in this world I am most alike it is you Mumma, and I am so proud to be your daughter.''
Kelly did joke, however, that there is one thing her mum didn't teach her, and she's happy about that.
She said: ''The only thing you never taught me was how to cook! (I really am grateful that YOU never taught me because I probably would have poisoned someone by now.) (sic)''
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