Sharon Osbourne seen shopping in first pics since medical emergency
Sharon Osbourne turned to a little retail therapy after suffering an unknown medical emergency over the weekend.
The former “Talk” host was spotted out and about at the James Perse store in Beverly Hills on Monday — just days after she was rushed to the hospital.
In the photos obtained by Page Six, the 70-year-old looked chic in a pair of loose jeans, a wool coat and loafers as she perused the racks of clothes.
She held a Fiji water bottle in one hand and sunglasses in the other during her first public outing since the health scare.
Despite her good health, Osbourne seemed irritated after she spotted paparazzi taking photos of her inside the luxury store.
The shopping trip comes just hours before Sharon told fans she was “back home and doing great” after falling ill while filming a paranormal activity show with her son, Jack Osbourne, on Saturday.
An insider also told The Post that the medical episode was “non-life threatening.”
Amid lots of speculation, Jack took to his Instagram Story that night to clear the air and give an update on his mother’s condition.
“She has been given the all clear from her medical team and is now home,” the 37-year-old announced. “As to what happened to my mum – I’m gonna leave it to her to share about when she is ready.”
Despite both Jack and Sharon posting on social media since the medical emergency, neither has revealed what lead to the matriarch’s sudden illness.
Sharon does not have any known medical conditions.
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