SHARON Says 'The Osbournes' TV Show Damaged Relationship With Daughter

Sky.com is reporting that Sharon Osbourne has said the reality TV show "The Osbournes" has damaged her relationship with eldest daughter Aimee.

Aimee, who has recently been linked to Robbie Williams, was against the family gaining any more publicity and moved out of their Los Angeles home before the camera crew arrived.

Younger sister Kelly went on to find pop stardom while brother Jack has had his own TV show.

Sharon said: "The one regret I have about the show is that it put up a wall between us.

"Aimee moved out because she didn't want to be a part of it and I didn't get to see her as much as I wanted to.

"She was very against the family being in the public eye — it was enough with her dad.

"My other kids wanted to do it, and it was kind of like the majority won, but she's happy now we've done the final series."

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