With her flame coloured hair and occasionally controversial comments Sharon Osbourne is not your average granny. But since the birth of baby Pearl in April, Sharon has taken to the role like a duck to water, declaring "I love being a grandmother!"
No doubt excited about spending this year's festive season with the eight-month-old addition to the Osbourne clan Sharon will also have treats of her own to look forward to from husband Ozzy, daughters Kelly and Amie and son Jack.
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She may live in the US but London-born Sharon still enjoys all things English - in particular - the royal family. For the woman who gave stateside coverage of William and Kate's royal wedding in 2011 A Royal Family DVD boxset would make a great gift this Christmas. The set contains around eight hours of stunning footage to please any royal watcher.
The world first learnt about Sharon's passion for animals when TV show The Osbournes first premiered on MTV in 2002. A vocal lover of her furry friends Sharon has even dedicated a section of her website to her 13 dogs. Lisa Bliss' multi-coloured Dacshund scarf would suit any canine-lover or if you fancy treating the pet they love so much then why not go for one of the KONG company's 'safestix' or a dog jumper to keep them warm.
Ozzy's famous wife has made no secret about undergoing plastic surgery in the past. But since having a double mastectomy in October Sharon has vowed not to go under the knife again. Rodial's Dragon's Blood Liquid Facelift kit would provide an excellent alternative for the star whose facialist has already revealed she is a fan of the creams which plump, soothe and define facial contours.
Having had a tough year Sharon could use a little relaxation. And why not de-stress in a new way by using a Yantra Mat, a gift that uses acupressure to release feel-good hormones, increase blood flow and help balance body and mind. Using the mat for 20 minutes a day by laying or sitting on it can help promote sleep and relaxation by releasing the body's 'painkilling endorphins'.
And no doubt the glamorous Mrs Osbourne would like to wrap up against the cold in style with a chic and luxurious dressing gown this winter. Choose from a sumptuous satin and silk floorlength robe or a shorter, super soft, kimono in either grey or charcoal.
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