OZZY's Son LOUIS: 'All I Want Him To Do Is Get Better'

Ozzy Osbourne missed out today on the wedding of his eldest son, Louis, in Ireland, according to the Belfast Telegraph.

Louis, 28, married Irish girl Louise Lennon, 30, with the reception held in Kinnitty Castle in Birr, Co Offaly.

Around 160 guests attended the fairy-tale wedding, including Louis's mother Thelma (Ozzy's first wife) and his sister Jessica.

Ozzy was unable to attend on account of a near-fatal quad-biking accident a few weeks ago. His second wife, Sharon, was also unable to attend as she is maintaining a vigil at Ozzy's bedside.

The happy couple were being married in St Flannan's Church, before travelling by horse and cart to the breathtaking Kinnitty Castle.

The guests will party into the night, ringing in the New Year with a poitín toast at midnight.

Louis replied that, "whether his father attended the wedding or not paled into insignificance after the horrific injuries he sustained.

"All I want him to do is get better," he said.


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