Osbourne wants lavish wedding for her daughter

Osbourne wants lavish wedding for her daughter

Sharon Osbourne wants her daughter’s wedding to be the “biggest f***ing thing since sliced bread”.

Kelly, 24, says her outrageous mother is ignoring her wishes to have a “small” and “special” day and would prefer her marriage to 19-year-old model Luke Worrall to be lavishly extravagant.

Kelly told More magazine: “I will let my mum plan it all because she wants to do stuff like that and I really don’t care. To me, it’s not about that, it’s something special between Luke and me.

“I want to have a small wedding with the closest friends and family. But then I start thinking – I can’t invite that person if I don’t invite that person and if I invite that person I have to invite that person. If my mum has anything to do with it, it will be the biggest f**king thing since sliced bread.”

Although Kelly is in no rush to tie the knot with Luke, she thinks their big day would be really romantic, like the handsome model.

The ‘Dancing with the Stars’ contestant said: “Recently he did something really sweet. He’s always into bike riding and the other day, he said, ‘Will you come for a bike ride with me?’ Even though I wasn’t keen at first, we spent the whole day together and towards the end of the day he took me to a posh hotel for a surprise. We rode a boat down a river to a secret place where my bike was waiting for me.

“I used to be really against public displays of affection but since I’ve been with Luke, I don’t even care anymore.”

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