Sharon Osbourne Asks Prince Harry To ‘Come Home’ To The British Family & Be 'Our Prince'

Sep 22, 2022 by apost team

Following the death of Queen Elizabeth II and the ascension of now-King Charles III to the throne, many personalities throughout the world paid their respects and condolences to the British Royal Family. Speaking to Extra, days after the Queen's passing, British television presenter Sharon Osbourne is one with the world in mourning the Queen's death. She also went on to recall her fondest memories with Her Royal Highness, which gave her piece of mind in the ongoing issues surrounding Prince HarryMegan Markle, and their two children. 

Sharon Osbourne has been a fixture both in American and British media for quite some time already. Being wed to the famous Black Sabbath vocalist Ozzy Osbourne, Sharon has also made her name in the industry as a prolific entertainment manager and television personality.

Most notably, Sharon gained prominence when he and Ozzy tied the knot in Maui, Hawaii, on Jul. 4, 1982. Since then, the two have been living a peaceful life together in the United States along with their three children – Aimee, who is an actress and a singer, Kelly, who is a fashion designer and a model; and their only son, Jack, who has traveled the world together with Ozzy on their short History channel series: 'Ozzy & Jack's World Detour.'

Aside from being a caring mom and wife to Ozzy, Sharon has also become a television personality loved by women in both the United States and her hometown in the United Kingdom. In the US, she has been a mainstay host of the daytime talk show series "The Talk"' for eleven seasons and a judge for "America's Got Talent" from 2007 to 2012. But she appealed more to the people in her hometown when she became a judge at the British version of 'The X-Factor' for seven years. 

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Sharon Osbourne (2019), (John Shearer/Getty Images)

Like any other family member of the British Royal Family, Prince Harry is also mourning the passing of her grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II. 

Sept. 8, 2022, was a devastating day for the royal family as many members gathered to be by her side in her final moments. Despite stepping down from his royal duties, Harry went to go be with his family during this incredibly difficult time.

According to TIME, Harry flew to Scotland to be with his grandmother, leaving his wife Meghan Markle behind in London. 

The Sun reported that Harry traveled to Balmoral by car while wearing a dark suit and tie, looking incredibly somber as the news washed over him that his grandmother had passed.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepped down from their duties as Senior Royals in 2020, moving to the United States to become financially independent. However, in an interview with Oprah Winfrey in March 2021, the couple revealed that the palace told them that Prince Archie, their firstborn, would not be given a title and a security detail since they were no longer working royals. Furthermore, they revealed that a member of the royal family was concerned about how dark Archie's skin would be. These issues, as well as the very public airing of their experiences within the royal family, caused a further rift between the two and the British Royal Family, including his brother Prince William and his father, King Charles III. 

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were both present at the state funeral of the late Queen Elizabeth, along with Prince William and Kate Middleton. The four of them surprised bystanders last Sept. 10 as they personally greeted them outside Windsor Castle and accepted some of their flowers and tributes to the late Queen Elizabeth.

Prince Harry, Meghan (2022), (Chris Jackson/Getty Images)

Seeing Prince Harry reunite with the Royal British Family, Sharon Osbourne, who has returned to the United Kingdom for good, was joyful amidst the mourning of the Queen.

"I was lucky enough to meet her on several occasions and she's just a magnificent, strong woman, and I loved her strength and dignity and she never put a foot wrong, ever," told Extra about her previous encounters with Queen Elizabeth II. 

She was also asked about what she thinks of the ongoing tension between Prince Harry and other members of the British Royal Family.

"To see them walking side by side, it just brings back, oh my God, I look at Harry and think, 'This is where you belong. The people really want you to come home, this is where you belong, being our prince,'" Sharon Osbourne told the publication.

Sharon also went on to recall how she felt at home after witnessing the "atmosphere of togetherness" everyone was in during the funeral while admiring Queen Elizabeth II's legacy and mourning her passing. 

Meanwhile, Sharon remained confident that King Charles III would be "an incredible king" and echoed to everyone that he was the future of the United Kingdom. 

"I think he will be an incredible king because people, especially in America, have the total wrong impression about Charles. They think he is unrelatable this, that, the other. He is so relatable, so grounded. He is the future of this country, and he is everything that people are talking about now with the environment and all of that, he was doing that 30 years ago… He was always saying 'We've got to preserve our country,'" Sharon furthered. 

Do you agree with Sharon Osbourne's advice to Prince Harry after seeing his reunion with his family? Let us know, and make sure to pass this on to your friends and family. 

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