Sharon Osbourne has given fans an update on her son Jack's multiple sclerosis diagnosis, saying her boy is going well.
Despite recent reports claiming that Jack's condition is so serious that Sharon is considering giving up work to care for her youngest child, it now seems that things are looking up for the Osbournes.
26-year-old Jack was diagnosed with the debilitating condition earlier this month but despite his illness Sharon insists everyone's staying positive.
The Sun quotes Sharon as saying Jack is "doing really really well."She added that the Osbourne family spirit is helping everyone get through the diagnosis:
"Osbournes survive everything. We really do.
The Osbourne matriarch also says her son is really keen to help others living with the condition, revealing:
"He is really a positive guy, a good guy. His whole life is that he gives back. It makes him feel good and that is just the way he runs his life."
"I have to thank you, everyone, for all their good wishes. It's been amazing for Jack, because I really believe that vibes of prayer definitely help."
With a two-month-old daughter and a wedding to plan to fiancee Lisa Stelly we're really pleased Jack is feeling good, he's got a busy few years ahead!
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