Sharon Osbourne Poses with All Five of Her Grandkids: 'My Cup Runneth Over'

Osbourne is grandmother to son Jack's four kids and her daughter Kelly's son

<p>Sharon Osbourne/Instagram</p>

Sharon Osbourne/Instagram

Sharon Osbourne is loving spending time with her grandkids.

On Thursday, the TV personality, 70, posted a sweet photo to her Instagram as she posed with all five of her grandkids. Holding daughter Kelly's son Sidney and son Jack's 13-month-old daughter Maple Artemis, Sharon was surrounded by her other granddaughters — Jack's daughters Minnie Theodora, 5, Andy Rose, 7, and Pearl, 10.

"My Cup Runneth Over ❤️," the proud grandmother wrote in her caption.

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Sharon shares her three kids — Aimée, 40, Kelly, 38, and Jack, 37 — with longtime husband Ozzy Osbourne, 74.

Kelly welcomed her first child with Slipknot musician Sid Wilson in late 2022 and recently opened up about her son on the first episode of the second season of The Osbournes podcast.

"I had a baby and his name is Sid. He's gorgeous," she began. "He's the best thing that ever happened to me. The best, he's lovely."

"He really is, he's like coming into this own now," added Ozzy.

"He's such a little dude," Jack chimed in.

"He's gonna be such a naughty little boy," Kelly squealed, delighted. "He's funny. It's weird to me how I look at him and he's like 18 weeks old and he does things that are just really funny."

Kelly was also happy to share that Sid "he loves his nana," Sharon. "He goes and sees nana every morning and every night before bed and he just sits there laughing and chuckling."

Jack, who shares his three daughters Pearl, Minnie and Andy with ex-wife Lisa Stelley, and daughter Maple with fiancée Aree Gearhart, recently joined the reality TV show Special Forces: World's Toughest Test.

Chatting with PEOPLE ahead of the release of the show, Jack said that his family had a piece of advice for him before he left to film.

"They didn't really get it," Jack said of initially telling his family about the show. "They kind of get it, but they hadn't seen the show. So their whole thing is just be careful, don't get hurt. You've got kids."

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