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Tuesday 6 October 2015

Kelly Osbourne 'comfort eating'

Published 08/05/2013

Kelly Osbourne
Kelly Osbourne

Kelly Osbourne has reportedly turned to carb-heavy foods in the wake of her parents' marriage woes.

The reality TV star's dad Ozzy recently admitted to a renewed battle with addiction and subsequently it was reported that his relationship with wife Sharon was on the rocks.

Kelly has become so worried about the state of her parent's marriage, she has reportedly turned to eating fatty foods to relieve her anxiety.

"It's an incredibly stressful and upsetting time for Kelly, and she's been comfort-eating. She's so tiny that even a couple of pounds show, and it goes straight on her tummy and boobs. Kelly is normally so focused - but her weight's just not her priority at the moment," a source told British magazine Closer.

"She's just slipped up recently because of her family stresses. She's been eating carby, fatty foods like pizza and macaroni cheese - which she usually only has once in a while - because she's worried about her parents."

Kelly is famed for her weight issues in the past, having shed an impressive amount since appearing on Dancing with the Stars in 2009.

The purple-haired star lost more than 42lbs. while appearing on the show, and has since lost more weight with a healthy diet and regimented fitness regime.

Earlier this year, Kelly admitted that her personal life directly impacts her attitude to eating.

"I'm an emotional eater. When I get upset, my diet goes out of the window," she revealed.

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