Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne 'living together again'

Last updated 15:57 18/06/2013
Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne
HAPPY TOGETHER: Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne all loved up on red carpet at the Daytime Emmy Awards.

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Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne have reportedly moved back in together.

Television star Sharon Osbourne has been married to the Black Sabbath rocker since 1982.

Ozzy Osbourne admitted in April he had suffered a relapse in his sobriety and had been struggling to stay away from drugs for a year-and-a-half.

The couple reportedly separated earlier this year but have been working toward a reconciliation.

TMZ reports they are now living under one roof again.

"Sharon insisted she wouldn't take Ozzy back until he cleaned himself up - and to prove she meant business, she moved out of the family home and into the Beverly Hills Hotel," the website reports.

The couple have put on a united front since Ozzy regained his sobriety.

Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne walked the red carpet at the Daytime Emmy Awards on Sunday and looked as loved-up as ever.

The Talk co-host has also reportedly hired a "sober team" to help her husband stay on track.

Sharon opened up about her marriage earlier this month. She said it is their unconditional love for one another that keeps them united.

"It's acceptance of who that person is [which makes a marriage strong]," she told Extra. "If you think you're ever going to change anyone, you're not going to do it. You love them for who they are."

She also heaped praise on Ozzy for helping others to conquer their demons.

"I'm very proud of him. He's a great example too for people," she told USA Today. "He's not the only person that suffers from addiction. Tomorrow's a new day and you start all over again," she said.

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