Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne moved home from US for privacy amid Parkinsons battle

Sharon Osbourne has shared that she and her husband Ozzy have moved back to the UK for some privacy as he battles Parkinson's disease.

The former X Factor judge mentioned that she had started feeling uncomfortable in LA, where they lived for 20 years.

Sharon hopes that their return to their Grade II listed home in Buckinghamshire will allow Black Sabbath star Ozzy to avoid being bothered. She said: "LA has changed but not for the better."

"I feel uncomfortable there now. My family will still be there so we will go back and forth I'm sure, but our main place we have switched it from being LA to England."

Ozzy revealed his illness in 2020, with Sharon now adding it contributed to their move back to Welders House in Jordans village.

She said: "A lot of it is for Ozzy to be able to live with some privacy. We have a lot of land so he will be able to pursue his hobbies without being bothered."

Sharon told the Woman's Hour podcast she had missed the British way of life, adding: "It's always been home."

Ozzy previously said he did not "want to die in crazy America" but later added: "If I had my way, I'd stay. I don't want to go back. F*** that."

The couple, who share children Aimee, 40, Kelly, 39, and Jack, 38, but first revealed their plan to move in 2022. They also told how they were to star in BBC reality show Home to Roost but it is yet to air.

Sharon recently revealed Ozzy is worried about her health, following her dramatic weight loss.

The former X Factor judge spoke on Good Morning Britain about her recent transformation and expressed regret over using the drug Ozempic to lose weight.

In her chat with hosts Ben Shephard and Kate Garraway, Sharon spilled the beans on plans to turn her life with Ozzy into a film, becoming a grandma, and Ozzy's concerns for her wellbeing.

While on the Good Morning Britain couch, Sharon cautioned viewers about the risks of using Ozempic for weight loss. This medicine is usually used to lower the risk of heart attacks in adults with heart disease and to help control blood sugar levels in people with Type 2 diabetes, but it has been recently used by dieticians too.

Ben asked the mum-of-three what her rock star husband thinks of her use of Ozempic, to which Sharon gave a straightforward response.

"He's scared, he doesn't like it," Sharon confessed. "He's scared something is going to happen to me. 'This is it, you've got skinny – something it going to happen'… he's always thinking about the downside and think it's too good to be true."

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