"My dad's a sleep talker, he always has been. Now in his sleep, he calls out for Sidney. It's really cute."
All baby photos are adorable, right? Well, this one is the cutest picture ever.
Kelly Osbourne has shared the first photo of her baby boy with Slipknot’s turntablist Sid Wilson, who the pair named Sidney, after remaining quite private about their child since he was born earlier this year. The photo posted to Instagram has the comments turned off. You can see the picture below.
In the photo, little Sidney is dressed in a bat costume, surely honouring Kelly’s legendary heavy metal father, Ozzy Osbourne.
As Kill Your Stereo reported earlier this year, Ozzy's wife, Sharon Osbourne, revealed Sidney’s name on a January episode of the ensemble panel series, The Talk.
“[They’re] just so, so great. So great. [Kelly] won’t let a picture go out of him. No, and I’m so proud of her,” Sharon Osbourne said.
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Prior to starting their romantic relationship, Kelly Osbourne and Sid Wilson were friends for 23 years.
Kelly Osbourne announced her pregnancy on Instagram back in May 2022. In it, she shared a photo of herself holding an ultrasound and wrote:
“I know that I have been very quiet these past few months so I thought I would share with you all as to why… I am over the moon to announce that I am going to be a Mumma.”
"[My mum] absolutely adores him, and so does my dad. My dad and him have a real connection," Kelly Osbourne said in an interview with on Today With Hoda and Jenna, per Loudwire. "My dad's a sleep talker, he always has been. Now in his sleep, he calls out for Sidney. It's really cute."
Last week, Slipknot surprised fans with a new EP titled Adderall.
Adderall collects three alternate versions of the moody title track of their 2022 album, The End, So Far, along with three previously unreleased songs, Death March, Red Or Redder, and Hard To Be Here.
The band also shared some new videos – one for Memories (Adderall – Rough Demo) and one for Death March, directed by Shawn ‘Clown’ Crahan. He said about the EP and videos: “[We are] deconstructing to continuously pave the way for evolution. At this point in the program, nothing is safe.”