Osbourne Ostentatious: Kelly Opts Towards Public Ears

Sid Wilson and Kelly Osbourne became parents in 2022. After going public with their relationship in January of that year, the couple welcomed their baby boy, Sidney, at the end of 2022. But ever since they crossed paths in the music industry in 1999, Osbourne and Wilson have remained friends. The two also appeared on the red carpet at the Los Angeles Grammys in February 2024.

Osbourne’s mom, Sharon, made the news public during an appearance on The Talk in January 2023. She also shared her grandson’s name — likely without permission from her daughter.

“[His name is] Sidney. [They’re] doing so great,” Sharon said. “She won’t let a picture go out of him.”

Later that day, Osbourne posted a message on her Instagram Stories that said: “I am not ready to share him with the world. It is no one’s place but mine to share any information on my baby.”

Osbourne And Her Side News 

Kelly Osbourne has had much with the mask over her face regarding the reason behind her child’s name. She has come candid and spilled the beans for the same. She terms this as a “Biggest fight” or “Disagreement” over her boyfriend Sid Wilson. She has gone out public with whatever has followed in her life.

It also turns out that after the two finally reached a consensus more than a year after Sid’s birth, the infant, who presently only has his father’s surname, will soon also have his mother’s.

Osbourne Ostentatious: Kelly Opts Towards Public Ears
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When their big blowout occurred, her beau didn’t realize that the 39-year-old was unhappy that her son didn’t share her name, which prompted “eye-opening conversations and some couples therapy.”

“This is personal, and I didn’t expect to ever talk about this, but I’m going to,” she told her parents. “I wanted our son to have both of our last names, and he wouldn’t let me…I feel that I was forced into doing something I didn’t wanna do, and I can never ever forgive him for that, but we can move on.”

She added, “We are going to legally change our son’s name to have both of our last names. We both made our child, so he should have both of our last names. Not one is more important than the other.”

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