Ozzy Osbourne is excited to become a grandfather for the fifth time when his daughter Kelly gives birth to her firstborn in a few months. He’s even got his first gift to the new baby all planned out. And in typical Ozzy fashion, it’s a unique gift for a new baby, but one to always be remembered.
Getting Ready to Gift the New Baby with Something Unique
During a recent appearance at Comic-Con in San Diego, the rocker, 73, talked to “Entertainment Tonight” about Kelly’s pregnancy. She’s currently six months pregnant with boyfriend Sid Wilson. “Kelly is big and she’s beautiful and I love it,” he said. The first thing that I’m going to buy is a microphone.”
The comment section of the post was filled with messages of congratulations, support and lots of love.
“I’m so so so happy for you two! Lovely news.”
“Congratulations queen God bless wishing you a successful safe life blessings.”
“Congrats on this little one growing inside you. I wish you nothing but the best your going to rock as a mom.”
“So happy you’re gonna be a momma! Your momma (Sharon) did a wonderful job with you and Jack. I know you will do great with your little one.”
Ozzy Has Dealt with a Few Medical Issues in Recent Years
Ozzy recently had a medical procedure done and shared an update during his chat with “Entertainment Tonight.” When asked how he is doing, he responded, “It’s great, it’s great.” He continued, “I like to see people, you know. That’s been the hardest thing of the past three years, because I’ve been trying to recover from my surgery. I’m getting there. It’s a slow climb back, you know?” Last month, his wife Sharon, 69, revealed on “The Talk UK” that he was about to have a “very major operation” and it would “determine the rest of his life.” Sharon shared an update after the procedure on Twitter. “He’s feeling good!”
Ozzy has had his share of health issues in the past few years. He had hand surgery in 2018, suffered from a severe upper-respiratory infection in 2019, and also a fall the same year that led him to neck surgery and canceling his tour. At the time, he reassured fans he wanted to reschedule the tour dates, but wouldn’t until he felt “100 percent confident” that he can do it.
In early 2020, he announced that he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2003. “It’s not a death sentence…It’s a mild form of Parkinson’s at the moment,” he said in a Radio.com interview. “The doctor told me that I probably walk by 10 people a day who have got it and don’t even know they’ve got it.”