Sharon Osbourne Offers Condolences to Queen Elizabeth after Prince Philip’s Funeral

by Quentin Blount
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Just hours after breaking her silence on HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher, Sharon Osbourne took to social media to offer condolences to Queen Elizabeth.

On Saturday, the United Kingdom honored the life of Prince Philip. He was the patriarch of the Royal Family and also the husband of Queen Elizabeth II. Philip died at the age of 99 on April 9 after having been married to the Queen for an astounding 73 years.

Meanwhile, Sharon Osbourne captured a snap of the Queen sitting alone with her head bowed during the ceremony. Along with posting the solemn photo, Osbourne offered up a thoughtful message to the Queen.

“Deepest condolences to her majesty the Queen,” Osbourne wrote on Twitter.

Sharon Osbourne fans also chimed on the royal funeral. In addition to offering their condolences as well, they also spoke about what an amazing woman the Queen is.

“So sad The Queen was sat by herself. 73 years of marriage. What an amazing woman,” Jenny Baker (@JennyBaker75) replied. “I feel so sad for her. Regardless of what you might think of the monarchy, she is a mother, grandmother, great grandmother & now very sadly a widow. Her soul mate is no longer by her side. 😢💔”

Sharon Osbourne Speaks Out Following Her Exit from ‘The Talk’

Only a few hours before tweeting out her condolences to the Queen of England, Sharon Osbourne made an appearance on Real Time with Bill Maher to talk about what happened on The Talk.

After beginning the show as one of its original cast members, the wife of heavy metal legend Ozzy Osbourne has since had troubles. Back in an episode on March 10, she sparked up a debate about racism versus freedom of speech with fellow host Sheryl Underwood. Osbourne has been heavily criticized for her remarks since.

But Friday night was a chance for the television star to tell her side of the story. Before her interview with Bill Maher, Osbourne had not spoken publicly about what happened. She says that she feels upset about the way things went down.

“It’s so many different things. I’m angry. I’m hurt,” said Osbourne. “I’ve been called so many things in my life, I am so used to being called names, but a racist is one I will not take.”

Osbourne later added that “disagreeing with someone does not make you a racist.”

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