Jack Osbourne and his fiancée Aree Gearhart took their daughter Maple, three months, to Studio City to grab a bite to eat on Friday.
The 36-year-old media personality wore a large brown flannel and a pair of blue jeans.
Jack’s hair was gelled up and brushed slightly off to the right. He protected his eyes with dark sunglasses.
Jack Osbourne and his fiancée Aree Gearhart took their daughter Maple, three, to Studio City to grab a bite to eat on Friday
His better half, 31, donned a black and white striped shirt and a pair of baggy blue jeans.
Her dark brown hair was parted in the middle and just barely brushed her slender shoulders as she pushed their newborn in a stroller.
The couple welcomed their first child, a daughter named Maple, over the past summer.
They announced the birth in a snap which showed their daughter slightly smiling, swaddled in a bear onesie.
Casual: The 36-year-old media personality wore a large brown flannel and a pair of blue jeans. He walked in strong brown shoes
Adorable! They announced the birth in a snap which showed their daughter slightly smiling, swaddled in a bear onesie
Opening up: The happy family’s appearance out came a few weeks after Jack’s mother Sharon opened up about his father Ozzy’s struggles with Parkinson’s (pictured 2015)
‘I’m very happy to announce Maple Artemis Osbourne!Born 7-09-2022. 7.13lbs Aree and Maple are doing great and are happy and healthy. ❤️,’ he captioned the photo.
The happy family’s appearance out came a few weeks after Jack’s mother Sharon opened up about his father Ozzy’s struggles with Parkinson’s.
Sharon was asked about the effect her husband’s diagnosis had on her during a candid conversation with UK broadcaster Jeremy Paxman, who was diagnosed 18 months ago, in his recent documentary Paxman: Putting Up With Parkinson’s.
The documentary saw Jeremy meet with Sharon to find out what it is like for the partner of someone who has been diagnosed.
The University Challenge presenter asked Sharon whether it is harder for those looking after someone with Parkinson’s, than actually having the disease – something she disagreed with.
Hard times: Sharon recently gave a moving account of how her life has changed since her husband Ozzy was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in Jeremy Paxman’s ITV documentary
Speaking about Ozzy, she emotionally said: ‘I just think of my husband, and like you, who was very energetic, loved to go out for walks, did a two-hour show on stage every night, running around like a crazy man.
‘Suddenly, your life just stops – life as you knew it.’
‘When I look at my husband, my heart breaks for him, I’m sad for myself to see him that way, but what he goes through is worse. When I look at him and he doesn’t know, I’m like crying.’
Jeremy also asked Sharon the positives about the disease, to which she responded: ‘The positive thing is we spend much more time together as a family and I love my husband more than I do three years ago.’
She discussed how the Black Sabbath star uses cannabidiol, known as CBD, because, like Jeremy, he experiences unsettling dreams as a result of Parkinson’s, before joking that she will sneak the substance through customs from the U.S.
She told Jeremy: ‘[Ozzy] was always on something, he always loved to dabble with the old drugs.
‘But now he takes this stuff at night. What’s this stuff that everybody smokes? Marijuana. It is something from that — Cannabidiol.
‘I’ll bring some over for you, you’ll love it. I’ll bring it back for you, Jeremy. I’ll probably get arrested coming through customs — but that’s nothing new.’
The former Newsnight presenter jumped at the opportunity, declaring that he’s ‘on for it’, with Sharon insisting he must try physiotherapy to get his ‘a**e in gear’.
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