Jack Osbourne has announced he and fiancée Aree Gearhart have tied the knot.
The 37-year-old confirmed the happy news on Instagram as he shared a photo of them on their wedding day, which saw Aree in a simple silk gown and Osbourne in a dusty pink suit.
Alongside the image, the son of Ozzy Osbourne wrote: “Something really cool happened. I married the most amazing women I’ve ever met. All in.”
While Aree posted the same shot to her social media and confirmed they said ‘I do’ last week, writing: “Snuck away and married my best friend last week. I am honoured to be your wife. all in forever.”
After sharing their joyous news, Jack’s sister Kelly Osbourne commented: “Well well well MRS OSBOURNE!!!!!! I’m so happy that it’s official… we are sisters!!!!!!!”
Her new mother-in-law Sharon Osbourne was equally bursting with pride and reshared the image to her Instagram, writing alongside it: “Bursting with joy for @jackosbourne and @seecreature! Enjoy the beautiful ride ahead and welcome to the family.”
The pair began dating 2019 after Jack split from ex-wife, Lisa Stelly, with whom he shares three daughters: Pearl, 11, Andy, 7, and Minnie, 5.
The couple, who welcomed daughter Maple Artemis last June, got engaged in 2021 while on a romantic winter breakaway to Montana.
Sharing snap of snaps of the moment to social media, Jack penned: “Life is a series of doors and I’m so excited to walk through this one with her. She’s truly a magical being with a heart bigger then anything I could have imagined.
“Her step-mom skills make my heart so full. I couldn’t be happier then I am right now.”
Jack’s happy news comes after his dad Ozzy, 74, revealed that he was having his final surgery on his neck, since exacerbating an existing back injury with a 2019 fall.
In 2020, it was revealed that the Black Sabbath star has Parkinson’s disease.
Ozzy told TalkTV’s Piers Morgan Uncensored: “I can’t believe I’ve come to the end of it… It’s been five years of absolute hell for me and the family.”
Jack said it is a “common misconception” that his father’s health issues are due to his Parkinson’s and said they are more caused by a fall in 2019.
The incident is said to have aggravated Ozzy’s injuries from a near-fatal quad bike crash in 2003, stopping his No More Tours 2 shows from going ahead in Europe and the UK.
Ozzy said: “I have Parkinson’s but I never think about it.”
He said in February he was pausing touring “for now” after extensive spinal surgery because he was “not physically capable” of the travel involved.