After some therapy and a lot of determination, things may be getting back to normal for the Osbournes.
Sharon Osbourne kicked her husband, Ozzy Osbourne out of their house in May after discovering he'd been carrying on an affair with at least one woman.
Now, an insider tells Us Weekly, "They've fallen in love again."
The apparent reconciliation comes after multiple reports that Ozzy was devastated after Sharon went through his email and discovered he'd been seeing a hairstylist named Michelle Pugh for six months.
Though he's said to have ended that relationship, reports later surfaced suggesting he'd also had indiscretions with a member of his tour staff and someone he met in AA.
Whatever the details about other women may have been, Sharon was vocal about the fact that she'd had enough this spring.
On the May 10 edition of "The Talk," she acknowledged, "I'm 63 years of age and I can't keep living like this … I'm not with him," adding, "I just need time to really think about myself … what do I really want for the rest of my life?"
She and Ozzy reportedly sought help from a counselor and sat down for "a mediated discussion" about the state of their relationship.
"He'll go to any lengths necessary to repair the damage," a source told Us Weekly at the time. "He wants his family back."
Shortly after Sharon, who managed Ozzy's iconic band Black Sabbath for many years, went public about her marital problems, she appeared with her estranged husband at a press event announcing Ozzfest Meets Knotfest, a "metal double header" expected to feature the final Southern California tour date for Black Sabbath.
During the appearance, Ozzy hugged Sharon and rubbed her shoulders. Though she smiled while announcing the festival news, the moment seemed awkward.
After that, little was said publicly about where the pair's marriage might be headed. Then in late June during an interview with the Los Angeles Times, Sharon was asked if she was still in love with Ozzy and if so, would they get back together.
"Obviously you love that person because they're in your life for so long. You've got a family together. We created a successful business together. I don't want to hurt him. I admire and respect him. And that's what I expect back: respect. … I didn't get that," she said.
"Ideally, I would love for my husband to deal with his issues and work at the problems that he has now. And be honest and open … to be able to come back to us with honesty and respect for the family."
Ozzy and Sharon wed on July 4, 1982, and share three children together.