SHARON OSBOURNE To Remark On PARKER BOWLES' Chest During Christmas Address

Sharon Osbourne will compliment Camilla Parker Bowles on her cleavage during her alternative Christmas address to Britons, according to

She goes head to head with the Queen with her own Christmas day message on Channel 4.

Sharon is expected to reveal a conversation she had with Camilla at Buckingham Palace as her husband Ozzy played the Queen's birthday concert.

She will also talk about her "rollercoaster" year in which she was diagnosed with cancer and found worldwide fame.

"She was very warm and amazingly down-to-earth and I just told her that she had great tits, cos she does," said Sharon.

"She's got a great cleavage and they're like really solid tits, and so I told her it and she said thank you. And she took it all in her stride.

"She did, it didn't bother her at all and like Ozzy's going, 'Oh my God, they're gonna send us to the tower — well, they'll send the tax man after us now. We'll be on the wanted list."


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