Kelly Osbourne admits rift with older sister Aimee as she explains I dont understand her

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Kelly Osbourne has revealed that she doesn’t talk to her older sister Aimee.

Kelly was a guest on actor and comedian Dax Shepard’s podcast Armchair Expert on Monday, spilling the beans on her fractured relationship with her sister.

When asked by host Dax Shepard why they don’t talk, Kelly clarified: "We don’t talk.

"She doesn't understand me and I don't understand her."

Aimee, 37, has always chosen to shy away from publicity unlike her brother Jack, 35, and Kelly, 36.

Her siblings and their famous parents, Sharon and Ozzy, starred in the reality show The Osbournes which ran on MTV from 2002-2005.

Aimee decided to move out of the family home because she didn’t want her personal life to be exposed on television.

This created tension with her family members who all wanted to star in the reality show.

The singer said of her family to The Independent in 2015: "I wouldn't say there is an ease between us, but there is an acceptance.

"Do we socialise? No."

It was first reported that the sisters had fallen out in 2014, and today it is thought they don’t speak to each other at all.

Both are singers, with Aimee releasing music under the moniker ARO, which stands for Amy Rachel Osbourne, and Kelly enjoying chart success with pop punk album Changes in 2003.

Kelly has been open about her struggles with addiction and spoke of her recent relapse in Dax Shepard’s podcast.

The former Fashion Police star explained that she struggled during the pandemic when AA meetings moved over to Zoom and her attendance suffered as a result.

Kelly revealed: "I just sat by a pool by myself. I saw this girl drinking a glass of champagne and I was like I will have one of them.

"And I just had one and it was fine."

But the relapse took a darker turn and Kelly realised she needed to get sober again, after racking up nearly 4 years of sobriety prior to the Covid lockdown.

She said: "Two weeks later, done… Did embarrassing s***. Blacked out.

"In my mind, I was still in control. It wasn’t until I found myself last weekend covered in ranch dressing by my friends pool sunburnt looking like a piece of s*** that I was like, 'Maybe I don’t have this under control.'”

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