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Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne celebrate 35 years of marriage

Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne have been married for an incredible 35 years!

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Emmy Griffiths
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Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne have been married for 35 years, and Sharon marked their anniversary by sharing a throwback snap of the pair hugging each other on Instagram. She captioned the photo: "Thank you Ozzy for 35 crazy & wonderful years. Here's to the next chapter of our lives. Love you more today than yesterday. Always remember: You carry my heart in yours, and it's getting older and needs protecting. Happy Anniversary."

READ: Sharon Osbourne reveals Ozzy bought her a new wedding ring following split

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Sharon shared a photo to celebrate their anniversary

Fans were quick to wish the couple a happy anniversary, with one writing: "You guys are just amazing. Everytime I see you two together, I can't help but smile! Congratulations," while another person added: "Wow! 35 Amazing and inspirational, and July 4th Anniversary keeps the fireworks going! Good for you! That's the only kind of love I want too! Bless!" The couple's daughter, Kelly, also shared a throwback snap from her parents' wedding day to mark the occasion, and wrote: "Happy 35th anniversary mum and dad thank you for showing me what true love really is!"

READ: Jack Osbourne speaks out in support of parents

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The couple recently renewed their vows after Ozzy's affair with a hair stylist caused them to temporarily split. Speaking about the ceremony, the singer told HELLO!: "This is a new beginning. I think that everyone should reaffirm their marriage. I walked out of the ceremony feeling completely refreshed: I know my wife loves me and she knows how much I love her. I'm excited for whatever our future holds." Speaking about the affair, Sharon said: "I felt like a fool. It was as though everyone else had known about it and that everybody was laughing at me. I felt very humiliated and belittled," but added that the husband and wife were "interwoven".