Sharon Osbourne was 'broken in every sense' after Ozzy's affair

Sharon Osbourne has opened up about the hurt she faced following on from husband Ozzy's infidelities, which left him fearing she would leave him.

The rocker hit headlines in 2016 when it was discovered he'd had an affair with his hairdresser Michelle Pugh, leading to a temporary split between him and his wife.

Discussing the emotional aftermath she suffered to Piers Morgan on Good Morning Britain, Sharon, 67, said: “I was just really broken in every sense.”

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Speaking on the fallout of the scandal, Ozzy, 71, added: “She cut every sleeve off every coat I own.”

Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne have been married for 37 years. (Dave Hogan/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Sharon said she then told her husband of 37 years she would cut his hair and clothes if he had another affair.

The mother-of-three, who has recently debuted a new look, described how her husband had been a "right old f*****" when it came to other women.

Ozzy went on: “I wish I hadn’t have done the stupid thing that I did to get to it happening and that’s the truth. You never know what you’ve had until you’ve lost it and I thought I’d lost it big-time.”

The Black Sabbath singer, whose battles with alcohol and drugs have been well documented, also addressed whether or not he had a sex addiction.

Ozzy Osbourne and wife Sharon have spoken candidly about his infidelity. (Vianney Le Caer/Invision/AP, File)

“I think it’s another fix," he said. "If you’re a junkie like I was, anything that alters your mind, you go for. I didn’t love any of these people.”

Elsewhere in the interview, Ozzy described his "greatest moment" as meeting Sharon.

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It comes as he has recently opened up about living with Parkin 2, a form of Parkinson's disease, and health complications he's suffered as a result of a fall last year.

Ozzy cancelled his North American tour last month due to his health as he seeks treatment for his Parkinson's in Switzerland.