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

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

The 73-year-old Black Sabbath legend underwent grueling surgery Monday to adjust pins in his neck and spine after a near-fatal ATV crash in 2003 and subsequent fall in 2013.

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

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

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

But despite his health problems and Parkinson’s disease, friends say he’s making a big effort to exchange vows again, four decades after they 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 their vows in July 1982.

They told the publication: ‘Ozzy may have been waiting to get his neck and back injured after prolonged pain in his leg, which prevented him from walking for a long time.

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

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

“But while that was his hope, he always wants to treat Sharon to something special for their 40th.

“They renewed their vows in Vegas, but he was hoping to fly them over to Maui for a break to commemorate 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 gone through the mill in recent years, but his spirit and desire to show Sharon how brightly their love burns remains.”

MailOnline has reached out to a representative for further comment.

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

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

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

‘This is the one I will remember.

“Sharon and I have been through so much, and this really feels like a new beginning.”

Surgery: The music star underwent grueling surgery Monday to adjust pins in his neck and spine after a near-fatal ATV crash and subsequent fall

Surgery: The music star underwent grueling surgery Monday to adjust pins in his neck and spine after a near-fatal ATV crash and subsequent fall

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

Following the proceedings, 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 hospital recovering comfortably.

Health issues: Ozzy has Parkinson's disease and previously suffered a nasty fall and dislodged metal bars in his spine after a quad bike accident in 2003 (pictured in 2020)

Health issues: Ozzy has Parkinson’s disease and previously suffered a nasty fall and dislodged metal bars in his spine after a quad bike accident in 2003 (pictured in 2020)

“I absolutely feel the love and support from all my fans and I want to say a big thank you to everyone for their thoughts, prayers and well wishes during my recovery.”

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

It comes after Sharon said Ozzy is “on the road to recovery” and “doing well” after undergoing a major procedure Monday that 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 well and on the way to recovery! Your love means the world to him.

A family source recently told: page six that the metal influencer would be going through a “prolonged recovery” that would likely require a home nurse for some time.

They said: ‘Ozzy is 73 and any kind of surgery as you get older is difficult,’ she added. ‘This is quite drastic. He has realigned the pins on his neck and back since he relapsed in 2019.’

'Your love means the world to him': It comes after wife Sharon revealed her husband Ozzy is 'on the road to recovery'

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

On the mend: The former X Factor judge, 69, claimed the singer, 73, is 'doing well' after undergoing a grueling procedure Monday that could 'determine the rest of his life'

On the mend: The former X Factor judge, 69, claimed the singer, 73, is ‘doing well’ after undergoing a grueling procedure Monday that could ‘determine the rest of his life’

Sharon had previously explained that the musician was en route to “a really big surgery.”

Sharon had said on ‘The Talk’: “[Ozzy] has major surgery on Monday and I have to be there. It’s really going to define the rest of his life.’

Ozzy has Parkinson’s disease and previously suffered a nasty fall and dislodged metal bars in his spine after a quad bike accident in 2003.

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

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

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