Kelly Osbourne carries son Sidney as she enjoys day of retail therapy with mother Sharon in Beverly Hills

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Kelly Osbourne and her family enjoyed a day of retail therapy on Monday. 

The star, 39, held her son Sidney while shopping at Saks Fifth Avenue in Beverly Hills with her mother Sharon Osbourne, 71.

Kelly – who recently attended the Grammys with her partner Sid Wilson– was looking cool and casual for her day of shopping, with a black beanie containing her violet locks and a pair of edgy sunglasses shielding her eyes.

She donned a white long-sleeve top, jeans, and carried a woven leather purse. Her feet were slipped into cosy white socks and trendy loafers.

Her mother Sharon was looking oh-so chic in a cream turtleneck, black trousers, and gold chain purse slung over her shoulder.

Kelly Osbourne went shopping at Saks Fifth Avenue with her mother Sharon and son Sidney in Beverly Hills on Monday 

She wore sunglasses, gold earrings, and carried a shopping bag from designer Celine.

Kelly shares her son with her partner, Slipknot musician Sid Wilson. 

Osbourne and Sid initially met in 1999 when Slipknot played during the Ozzfest festival, which was founded by her parents.

The pair eventually reconnected years later, and a source confirmed that they were officially dating in January of 2022.

A source spoke to People at the time and told the media outlet that the media personality and the musician were ‘very happy together.’

Osbourne went on to confirm that she was pregnant that May, and she gave birth to a boy named Sidney, two, later that year.

Last year, during an appearance on Scheana Shay’s podcast, Kelly admitted she ‘went a little too far’ losing her baby weight.  

She told Shay — who is also a mother-of-one — that she went ‘on a mission’ to shed the pregnancy pounds but lost more than she’d needed to.

Kelly carried her one-year-old son against her waist as she returned the car with his stroller by her side

Kelly carried her one-year-old son against her waist as she returned the car with his stroller by her side

‘[I was] on a mission after having the baby to lose all [my] baby weight,’ she said.

‘Then I was like, “Well, I lost all the baby weight. Let’s see how far I can go with it.” And then went a little too far.’

Kelly has had lifelong battle with weight which previously drove her to seek surgical intervention.

In 2020, the television personality revealed that she had quietly undergone gastric sleeve surgery two years before, leading to a jaw-dropping 85lb weight loss.

Kelly was looking cool and casual for her day of shopping, with a black beanie containing her violet locks and a pair of edgy sunglasses shielding her eyes

Kelly was looking cool and casual for her day of shopping, with a black beanie containing her violet locks and a pair of edgy sunglasses shielding her eyes

She also previously admitted to having injections to change the shape of her face, and make her jaw look ‘skinnier,’ after suffering with TMJ (temporomandibular joint dysfunction).

Kelly isn’t the only member of her family who went through a body transformation this year.

Her mom Sharon recently lost 42 pounds with the help of the weight loss and diabetes drug Ozempic.

The drug is also known as Wegovy — the brand name for semaglutide, which works in the brain to make users feel full.

Kelly shares her son with her partner, Slipknot musician Sid Wilson; pictured at the 66th Grammys

Kelly shares her son with her partner, Slipknot musician Sid Wilson; pictured at the 66th Grammys 

In an interview with DailyMail.com, the former X Factor judge weighed in on the effect her weight loss has had on her health.

She said: ‘I’m too gaunt, and I can’t put any weight on. I want to because I feel I’m too skinny. I’m under 100 lbs, and I don’t want to be.’

The star added the warning, ‘Be careful what you wish for.’

In an interview with Piers Morgan in September, Sharon spoke about how the drug affected her: ‘[There were] about two three weeks where I felt nauseous the whole time. You get very thirsty and you don’t eat.’

She also discussed the subject as she appeared on Good Morning Britain.

Sharon told hosts Ben Shephard and Kate Garraway: ‘It does what it says on the packet, it absolutely does. But my only fear is that it is put in the right hands. I don’t think it’s for teenagers at all.’

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