Congratulations are in order for legendary couple Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne, who confirmed that they renewed their wedding vows in a secret ceremony last weekend.
Speaking exclusively to Hello! magazine, the husband and wife team opened up about their relationship and recent vow renewal.
The pair originally tied the knot in 1982 and share three children together, Aimee, 33, Kelly, 32 and Jack, 31.
The musician and former manager have always been open about their family life, having filmed TV series The Osbournes at their home in America whilst their children were growing up.
Now, after 34 years of marriage, Sharon and Ozzy have said their nuptials once again, renewing their vows as man and wife. The rock star couple revealed that they headed to the glitz and glam of Las Vegas for their ceremony, but that it was a small and intimate affair.
The Black Sabbath front man spoke of how important their second ceremony was to him, ‘For me, this was actually our real wedding day. This is the one that I will remember.’
Speaking candidly to the publication, the pair admitted that it was after a turbulent period in their relationship so felt the time was right to recommit to each other.
Ozzy admitted that things haven’t always been smooth sailing for him and his wife, but that he hopes this will be a fresh start, ‘Sharon and I have been through so much, and this honestly feels like a new beginning’, the 68-year-old said.
The couple struggled after news of Ozzy’s affair with a hairdresser went public, leading to a temporary separation. Speaking of that time Ozzy said, ‘I made a huge mistake.’
But it seems that now the couple are in a much better place, with Sharon thanking Ozzy for ‘coming home’ in her heartfelt vows.
Describing how they have ‘fallen in love all over again’, the former X Factor judge said, ‘It was hard to rebuild the trust, but I can’t imagine my life without Ozzy. The ceremony was just beautiful. We’ve fallen in love all over again.’
And the father-of-three sounded equally as loved up, declaring his affections for his wife, ‘Without Sharon, I am nothing. I love her. I can honestly say that I have never loved anybody other than my wife.’