Unfortunately, Coronavirus (COVID-19) has hit the Osborne family. Sharon Osborne shared that her three-year-old granddaughter, Minnie, has contracted the virus. Minnie is her son, daughter of Jack Osborne. Since Sharon told the public about the diagnosis, anxious fans have asked about Minnie. Jack has given an update, and luckily that’s good news.
Sharon Osborne shared the news of Jack’s daughter on The Talk
Sharon is one of the co-hosts of the CBS daytime talk show, the talk. The show is recorded in a studio with the hosts spacing socially, but Sharon had to appear remotely via video chat on September 21. She is in quarantine after being close to Jack and Minnie.
“Drama,” Sharon said. “Yeah, I was supposed to be in the studio. I was looking forward to it, and then, unfortunately, one of my granddaughters got sick with COVID. She’s fine, she’s fine, she’s fine. I don’t have it. Her father doesn’t have it, her mom doesn’t have it, and her sisters don’t have it. I took it from someone who works for my son. It shows you that she is three years old, and that the children can catch COVID. “
Sharon is halfway through mandatory quarantine, after which time she plans to return to him the talk.
“Oh God, I want to see you guys,” Osborne told the other hosts. “I had another week of quarantine left and then I got out. As I say, I don’t have. I keep testing negative but you have to be safe.”
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She said Jack planned to join her in the studio, but he will likely still be home with Minnie.
“He was just as upset because he was planning to come with me to the studio,” she said.
Jack Osborne shared a mini video
Since the September 21 episode of the talkJack Osborne has seen an influx of support and anxiety from fans. On September 23, Jack released a home video for Hello! A magazine showing Minnie unconcerned about her diagnosis.
“Many of you ask how Mini is,” Jack says in the video. “She’s totally fine. Who, how are you?”
Minnie replied, “Fine,” as do three-year-olds.
“Well, it’s getting better,” says Jack.
Ozzy Osbourne Health
2020 has been a difficult year for the Osborne family. Jack’s father and Sharon’s husband, rock and roll legend Ozzy Osborne, had health problems that required him to cancel his farewell tour. Even before the outbreak of the Coronavirus, Ozzy suffered a spinal injury and was then diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease.
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In July, Sharon showed fans about Ozzy’s recovery. She told Steve-O about her wild trip A podcast that Ozzy was “getting stronger every day” and regained his ability to walk. Ozzy plans to record more music and perform at least one other live show as a farewell.