It's been a rough year for Sharon Osbourne and her rocker husband Ozzy Osbourne, but it's ending on a high note.
More than seven months after it was revealed that Ozzy had cheated on his wife of 34 years, Sharon says they are in such a good place that she's agreed to formally recommit to their marriage.
"Ozzy has asked me to renew our wedding vows and I'd like to," Sharon told Britain's The Sun on Sunday.
"I'm happy and to be honest, that's all I want for Christmas this year," she added.
This will be the couple's second do-over: They previously threw a decadent vow renewal ceremony on New Year's Eve 2002 at the Beverly Hills Hotel.
In May, it was revealed that Ozzy, 68, had been having a lengthy affair with hairstylist Michelle Pugh. (Back in March, Sharon, 64, also admitted she'd previously caught her husband in bed with two different nannies on separate occasions over the years.)
Sharon left Ozzy and on the May 10 edition of her show "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.
It worked, and by August, Ozzy and Sharon were back together.
That month, the Black Sabbath frontman released a statement apologizing for his infidelities, which, it turns out, extended beyond his affair with the hairstylist.
"Over the last six years, I have been dealing with a sex addiction," he said. "I am mortified at what my behavior has done to my family. I thank God that my incredible wife is at my side to support me."
Ozzy also revealed he'd sought therapy for his issues. "I'm sorry if Ms. Pugh took our sexual relationship out of context," he added. "I'd also like to apologize to the other women I have been having sexual relationships with. Out of bad comes good. Since the press exposed this, I have gone into intense therapy."
Sharon also told The Sun on Sunday that she in part blames Ozzy's infidelity on their busy work schedules.
"In my life I have been so blessed, and so lucky to work with amazing people. But when one side of your life is so brilliant, and things are great, I suppose you don't get to have it all. No one has it all," she said.
"The more successful you are, the more your personal life suffers, and when you're both successful and working away, it's very hard, it really is," she added.
"Then you can take each for other for granted. But we're in our 35th year of marriage and we've been together 38 years as a couple," Sharon explained. "Now I just want to be happy."