Ozzy Osbourne ‘wants to renew vows with wife Sharon to celebrate 40 years of marriage’

Ozzy Osbourne ‘wants to renew vows with wife Sharon to celebrate 40 years of marriage’

Ozzy Osbourne is hoping to renew his wedding vows to celebrate 40 years of marriage to wife Sharon after undergoing life-changing surgery.

The Black Sabbath legend, 73, underwent grueling surgery on Monday to adjust pins inserted into his neck and spine following a near fatal mountain biking accident in 2003 and a fall in 2013.

Sharon, 69, flew back to Los Angeles earlier this week from London to support the rocker.

Happy couple: Ozzy Osbourne hopes to renew his wedding vows to celebrate 40 years of marriage to wife Sharon after undergoing life-changing surgery (pictured: The couple at their 1982 wedding)

Happy couple: Ozzy Osbourne hopes to renew his wedding vows to celebrate 40 years of marriage to wife Sharon after undergoing life-changing surgery (pictured: The couple at their 1982 wedding)

But despite his health issues and Parkinson’s disease, friends say he wants to make a big push to exchange vows again, four decades after he first tied the knot.

A companion of the couple told The mirror how the TV legend hoped to celebrate the joyous occasion in Maui – the The Hawaiian island is where they first exchanged vows in July 1982.

They told the publication: “Ozzy may have been waiting for treatment on his neck and back after prolonged pain in his leg which left him unable to walk for long periods of time.”

Celebrations: The TV legend hopes to celebrate the joyful occasion on Maui - the Hawaiian island is where they first exchanged vows in July 1982 (pictured: Ozzy and Sharon with their youngest daughter Kelly in 2020 )

Celebrations: The TV legend hopes to celebrate the joyful occasion on Maui – the Hawaiian island is where they first exchanged vows in July 1982 (pictured: Ozzy and Sharon with their youngest daughter Kelly in 2020 )

“But although that was his hope, he still wants to give Sharon something special for their 40th.

“They renewed their vows in Vegas, but he was hoping to take them to Maui for a break to remember their big day.”

The family friend added: ‘He hopes his recovery will be short and the nerve damage will be removed so he can treat his wife.

“Ozzy may have been through the factory for the past few years, but his spirit and desire to show Sharon how their love burns remains.”

MailOnline has contacted a representative for further comment.

Eternal love: The couple first exchanged vows in July 1982 in Maui, Hawaii

Eternal love: The couple first exchanged vows in July 1982 in Maui, Hawaii

The couple previously renewed their vows in 2017 in Las Vegas after it emerged Ozzy had been unfaithful to Sharon. At the time he said: “For me it was actually our real wedding day.

“He’s the one I’ll remember.

“Sharon and I have been through so much, and honestly, it feels like a fresh start.”

Surgery: The music star underwent grueling surgery on Monday to adjust pins inserted into his neck and spine following a near-fatal mountain biking accident and subsequent fall

Surgery: The music star underwent grueling surgery on Monday to adjust pins inserted into his neck and spine following a near-fatal mountain biking accident and subsequent fall

On Thursday, Ozzy confirmed he was ‘recovering comfortably’ at home after undergoing ‘major’ spine surgery this week.

After the procedure, the music icon took to Twitter on Thursday to tell fans he was back home and thank them for their well wishes.

Ozzy, who also suffers from Parkinson’s disease, tweeted: ‘I am now home from the hospital and recuperating comfortably.

Health issues: Ozzy has Parkinson's disease and previously suffered a bad fall and dislodged metal rods placed in his spine following a quad accident in 2003 (pictured in 2020)

Health issues: Ozzy has Parkinson’s disease and previously suffered a bad fall and dislodged metal rods placed in his spine following a quad accident in 2003 (pictured in 2020)

“I definitely feel the love and support from all of my fans and send a big thank you to everyone for their thoughts, prayers and best wishes during my recovery.”

Photos taken on Tuesday showed Ozzy being pushed into a Los Angeles hospital parking lot as his wife Sharon, 69, looks on after being discharged just a day after surgery.

It comes after Sharon said Ozzy was ‘on the road to recovery’ and ‘doing well’ after undergoing major surgery on Monday which could ‘determine the rest of his life’.

In an update to her Instagram Story on Tuesday, she wrote, “Our family would like to express so much gratitude for the overwhelming amount of love and support leading up to Ozzy’s surgery!”

“Ozzy is fine and on the road to recovery!” Your love means the world to him.

A family source recently told Page Six that the metal influencer is going through a “long recovery period” that will likely require an in-home nurse for some time.

They said: “Ozzy is 73 and any kind of surgery when you get older is tough,” they added. ‘It’s quite important. He has the pins in his neck and back realigned since crashing in 2019.’

‘Your love means the world to him’: It comes after wife Sharon reveals husband Ozzy is ‘on the road to recovery’

On the mend: The former X Factor judge, 69, claimed the 73-year-old singer

On the mend: The former X Factor judge, 69, claimed the 73-year-old singer was ‘doing fine’ after undergoing a major procedure which could ‘determine the rest of his life’ on Monday

Sharon previously explained that the musician was heading for “a very important operation”.

Sharon had said on ‘The Talk’: ‘[Ozzy] has a very big operation on Monday, and I have to be there. It will really determine the rest of his life.

Ozzy has Parkinson’s disease and once suffered a bad fall and dislodged metal rods placed in his spine following a quad accident in 2003.

Oh no: Ozzy was previously diagnosed with Parkin syndrome in 2005. He has similar symptoms to Parkinson's disease (pictured in 2010)

Oh no: Ozzy was previously diagnosed with Parkin syndrome in 2005. He has similar symptoms to Parkinson’s disease (pictured in 2010)

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