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Kelly Osbourne dating British editor Kes Glozier - report

Published 24/06/2016

Kelly Osbourne
Kelly Osbourne

Kelly Obsourne is said to have found love again with British magazine editor Kes Glozier, after their relationship progressed from friendship to romance.

Kelly Osbourne is reportedly dating British magazine editor Kes Glozier.

The 31-year-old former reality star turned television talent show judge met Kes a few months ago through mutual friends, according to Us Weekly magazine.

While they hit it off immediately, they waited a while until their relationship progressed from friendship to romance, an insider told the publication.

And though things are said to be going well with the new couple, both Kelly and Kes are apparently keen to take things slow.

"They want to do things the right way and are taking it slow, getting to know each other. They are going on dates and talking a lot," a source told Us Weekly. "They really like each other a lot and are enjoying spending time together. Kes was really there for Kelly through some dark times, and he's been so supportive and encouraging."

Editors at the publication report that it was when Kelly's father Ozzy was accused of cheating on her mother Sharon that Kes really stepped forward for his pal.

It has been a difficult time for the purple-haired star, and "Kes has been Kelly’s rock during all of this drama with her father," the source added.

Kes is the editor of documentary magazine The New British, which explores modern British life and culture according to its website.

Kelly has been single since splitting from country singer Dustin Lynch in May (16) following a brief fling. She has also been romantically linked to famous faces such as model Ricki Hall and Diddy's stepson Quincy Combs. She was also engaged to chef Matthew Mosshart, but the pair called time on their relationship in January 2014 after two years of dating.

Despite being unlucky in love, Kelly said in a recent interview that she is keen to have children one day, and would love to raise them in the U.K.

"If I have children I will definitely bring them up in England. With the greatest respect to the country that I live in, I will not have a baby call me mom. I don’t think I could handle that," she told Britain's Daily Mail newspaper.

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