Sharon Osbourne - Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne kiss in public for first time since rift
Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne shared a romantic kiss on the red carpet at 'An Evening With Women' event in Beverly Hills on Saturday night (18.05.13), the first time they have embraced in public since news of their marital problems emerged.
Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne shared their first public kiss on Saturday night (18.05.13) since experiencing marital problems.
The couple put on a display of affection as they arrived at the 'An Evening With Women' event in Beverly Hills, California, at the weekend, where they were joined by their 28-year-old daughter Kelly, and couldn't keep their hands off each other while walking down the red carpet.
Ozzy, 64, was seen planting a kiss on his wife's cheek as Kelly looked on in delight at her loved up parents who had been living apart because of Ozzy's relapse into drink and drug abuse.
The 'Fashion Police' star also gave an indication her mother and father's relationship is back on track in a Twitter post from the event which showed Sharon hiding under a blanket.
Kelly tweeted: ''My mum is currently hiding from her personal trainer! Can you tell? My dad & I are p***ing ourselves. (sic)''
After living apart for a few months, Ozzy is believed to have recently moved back into the marital home in Los Angeles.
Before the party on Saturday, Sharon and Ozzy - who has been married for 31 years - were spotted having an intimate lunch together at the Polo Lounge.
A source said: ''At first it did not appear romantic, rather more like a business lunch, but the two were definitely talking. By the end of the lunch, Ozzy and Sharon were cosying up together in the booth.''
Sharon, 60, was ''devastated'' when her husband fell off the wagon but she was always adamant they were not going to divorce.
She said: ''We're not getting divorced. However, am I happy? No. Am I upset? Yes I am. I'm devastated right now.
''It's a disease that not only hurts the person that has the disease but it hurts the family. It hurts people who love you. We're dealing with it. We've dealt with worse. We're dealing with it and this too shall pass.''