In a video shared by The Talk UK on Twitter, Sharon fought back tears as she explained that Ozzy was recently diagnosed with the virus. However, she assured that she "spoke to him and he's OK."
Still, Sharon said she was distressed, adding, "I am very worried about Ozzy right now. We've gone two years without him catching COVID and it's just Ozzy's luck he would get it now."
As for how Ozzy's other family members are coping? She predicted that everyone would rally for the Osbourne patriarch.
"Unfortunately, it was diagnosed in the middle of the night and they were all sleeping, so I hadn't spoken to them yet, but they'll rally around," she shared. "They'll be with him."
While Sharon has been in the UK serving as a host on TalkTV's new show The Talk, she noted that she would be returning home to the U.S. to be by Ozzy's side. She shared that the first thing she plans to do when she gets back is "hold him and kiss him but with about three masks on I think."
Sharon noted that she planned to be back on air very soon.
"I can't believe my luck that I'm missing the show--I've only been there three days," Sharon said, later adding, "You're gonna see me back on air in a week because I know my husband, we're gonna get him back on his feet and we're going to get a negative test by next week."
Ozzy and Sharon--who tied the knot in July 1982--share three children together: Aimee Osbourne, 38, Kelly Osbourne, 37 and Jack Osbourne, 36. Ozzy is also father to Louis Osbourne, 47, Jessica Osbourne, 49 and Elliot Kingsley, 56, who he shares with ex-wife Thelma Mayfair.