OZZY OSBOURNE To Become A Grandfather Again

OZZY OSBOURNE To Become A Grandfather Again

Ozzy Osbourne will become a grandfather for the seventh time, as his son Jack and Jack's wife Lisa are expecting their third child.

Lisa shared the news on Instagram Monday with a mirror selfie featuring Jack. In the photo, Lisa could be seen throwing up the "devil's horns" hand sign while the 31-year-old Jack gazes down at her baby bump, visible under Lisa's dress.

"Literally ate the biggest burrito ever," Lisa captioned the picture jokingly.

The couple tied the knot in 2012 after they welcomed their first child together, daughter Pearl, 5. They are also parents to daughter Andy Rose, 2, whom they welcomed in June 2015.

Jack told Us Weekly in May that he and his wife weren't planning on having more kids anytime soon.

"I do [want more kids]," he said. "Lisa is kind of just like, 'Let's pump the brakes a little.' 'Cause, you know, Lisa started Fancy Sprinkles; she's kind of very occupied."

"So if we did have other kids, it wouldn't be for a while," his wife added.

Ozzy has four other grandchildren; two each from daughter Jessica and son Louis from his previous marriage to Thelma Riley.

Jack found fame through his family's MTV reality show "The Osbournes" and has since appeared in several other TV programs. In 2011 he produced a documentary about his father called "God Bless Ozzy Osbourne" which, according to The Telegraph, contained admissions from the singer's five children that Ozzy was not a good father in their younger years, and that their abiding memories were of him hopelessly intoxicated, or, more usually, absent altogether.

Ozzy and Jack last year starred in "Ozzy & Jack's World Detour". The reality show aired on the History channel and featured the father-and-son duo traveling the world together, exploring the history behind some of the planet's most storied sites, while checking out some lesser-known locations along the way.

Literally ate the biggest burrito ever ?

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