The shock news comes just a few weeks after the 26 year old became a Dad and he was said to be ‘really angry and really sad’ after the diagnosis. Jack said, “The timing was so bad. I’d just had a baby, work was going great — I kept thinking, ‘Why now?’. I got really, really angry, then really sad. After that I realised being angry and upset is only going to make it worse.”
Multiple Sclerosis, more commonly known as MS, attacks the body’s nerves cells in the spinal cord and the brain and can reduce a persons life expectancy by 10 years. Jack was diagnosed with the disease after attending the hospital for some tests on his eyes after experiencing some dizziness and blurred vision only to be informed that the reason for his symptoms was MS.
Jacks Father Ozzy said, “If it was me, you’d think, ‘It caught up with him,’ but Jack is such a good guy.” Sharon, 59, said: “I feel it’s somehow my fault. I keep thinking, ‘What did I eat or drink when I was pregnant?’ ”
We would like to wish Jack and all the Osbourne family the best of luck in their fight against this terrible condition.