The former Black Sabbath musician, 74, has suffered a number of health setbacks over the years.
The Crazy Train singer was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2003 and a spinal injury he sustained four years ago has left him weak and needing to walk with a cane.
This time last year, Sharon, who has been married to Ozzy for four decades, took time out from her own career as a broadcaster to care for him after he was struck down with Covid.
Admitting that contracting the virus took a toll on him, Sharon told The Sun: “Ozzy’s Achilles’ heel has always been his lungs, so to get something like Covid that affects your breathing and all of that, it was just torturous.
“Ozzy has been plagued medically by different things that have been wrong. It is like one thing leads to another then another. For some reason he is tested all the time. I think, ‘No more, please God.
“He has passed all the tests, he has survived – please leave him alone.”
Ozzy was forced to cancel his planned world tour in February due to his ill health and Sharon has told how it means that they are now spending more time than ever before.
This has presented its own challenges, with the TalkTV star telling the publication: “He is driving me crazy, every f***ing day.”