Ozzy Osbourne and Sharon Osbourne recently welcomed their third granddaughter into the family — and, frankly, baby Minnie Osbourne couldn't be any more adorable. When little Minnie Theodora was born earlier this month on Saturday, Feb. 3, the newborn's proud grandma took to Instagram to announce the little one's birth and share her first photo with the public.
"I don't have the words to express how happy I am for [my son, Jack Osbourne, and his wife, Lisa Osbourne], to have another beautiful little girl, and they named her Minnie which is [my] most very favorite name, other than Nana which is what the girls call me. It's a gift to be a Nana to three little angels," Sharon, 65, captioned the pic of a swaddled and sleeping Minnie.
The Talk star and her rocker husband, Ozzy, 69, are also grandparents to two other granddaughters, five-year-old Pearl Clementine Osbourne and two-year-old Andy Rose Osbourne.
Before Jack, 32, and Lisa, 31, tied the knot in October 2012, the couple welcomed Pearl in April of that year and Andy later in June 2015.
After Pearl's birth, Sharon opened up about becoming a first-time grandmother and revealed it was "overwhelming" but "amazing!"
She told People, "It's all overwhelming. But in a good way — in a really positive, lovely way. It's just amazing. You go through every emotion. You go through joy and you thank God that everybody is healthy and happy. You realize how lucky you are. It's like life has gone full cycle in our family."
Ozzy has also loved becoming a grandpa. "[He told Jack], this is a love that is so special," Sharon once said of her husband. "He said, 'You will never experience a love like this, other than a father and a daughter. It's a very, very special love.'"
Sharon and Ozzy are also parents to two other children, Aimee Osbourne, 34, and Kelly Osbourne, 33. Though neither of their daughters has had kids yet, Sharon has expressed she's hopeful to welcome many more grandchildren in the future. "I've got two more girls to marry off," she previously said. "There will be more grandkids!"