Sharon Osbourne says son Jack is 'very strong' after getting multiple sclerosis diagnosis
Sharon Osbourne updated reporters on June 23 about how her son Jack Osbourne is doing after he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
"He's very, very strong," Osbourne said, according to People magazine, when asked about her son. She later added that she has been touched by the public support she and her son have been getting since his diagnosis was revealed last week.
"The outpouring for Jack has been amazing," Sharon Osbourne said. "It really picks you up and gets you back into reality when you see how many people care and are concerned. And it makes you feel really strong."
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Sharon Osbourne previously became emotional on-air when she first spoke about her son's diagnosis on "The Talk" on June 18.
Multiple Sclerosis is a disease that attacks the central nervous system, made up of the brain, spinal cord and optic nerves.
Jack Osbourne, said he was diagnosed with the disease two weeks after welcoming his daughter Pearl Clementine with fiancee Lisa Stelly in April.
Sharon Osbourne said that her son is a natural at being a good dad.
"As if it was always meant to be," Sharon Osbourne said, according to the magazine. "He's really, really a good dad."
Jack Osbourne and his family starred in the MTV reality series "The Osbournes," which ran between 2002 and 2005 and depicted the family's wacky home life, as well as frequent squabbles between the Osbourne siblings.