Sharon Osbourne's estranged brother David Arden fears she could have done a lot of ''damage'' to herself with numerous cosmetic surgery procedures.
Sharon Osbourne's brother worries she has ''damaged'' herself with cosmetic surgery.
The 'Talk' host has undergone numerous procedures including a breast reduction, tummy tuck, neck lift and two facelifts, and though she has vowed not to go under the knife again, her brother David - who she hasn't spoken to since a family row seven years ago - is concerned at the extents she has gone to to alter her appearance.
He said: ''Sometimes I look at pictures of Sharon now and she looks nothing like the sister I knew.
''By having gone under the knife, she's taken terrible gambles in order to look better. It's very sad, she could have done herself a lot of damage.
''She said she has stopped having surgery. I just hope she doesn't start doing it again.''
David says Sharon, 61, has always been insecure about her appearance and particularly struggled with her weight as a teenager.
He told the Daily Mirror newspaper: ''As a teenager she battled with her weight. She always thought she was fat.
''She was a well-built girl but she wasn't fat. She was brought up in the era of Twiggy when everyone was really stick-thin.
''When she started to hit her teens she went through a bad stage. She has always had a problem with her image.''
Sharon - who has adult children Aimee, Kelly and Jack with rocker husband Ozzy Osbourne - recently admitted she is ''genuinely disturbed'' by the amount of cosmetic surgery she has had.
She said: ''Looking back now, I am genuinely disturbed by how many times I have been under the surgeon's knife in pursuit of a physical 'perfection' that does not exist.''
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