Kelly Osbourne announces major change to son Wilson’s name

Kelly Osbourne recently revealed a significant change to her son’s name, and in our opinion, she definitely made the correct choice. What do you think?

In 2022, Kelly Osbourne and her partner Sid Wilson, who is a member of the heavy metal band Slipknot, joyfully announced the birth of their son Sidney Wilson.

In the most recent installment of The Osbournes Podcast, Kelly revealed that she and her spouse had a major disagreement regarding their son’s name, which she plans to alter.

The 39-year-old commenced by stating, “This is a personal matter that I never anticipated discussing, but I feel compelled to do so.”

The woman desired for the child to carry both of their surnames, however, Sid was of the opinion that it went against tradition.

“I wanted our son to have both of our last names, and (Sid) wouldn’t let me,” she said. “We had a huge fight. I feel that I was forced into doing something I didn’t wanna do, and I can never ever, forgive him for that, but we can move on.”

Sydney’s mother stated that the 15-year-old does not currently have a hyphenated last name, but he will have one in the near future.

“After numerous enlightening conversations and multiple sessions of couples therapy, he has finally seen the truth.” Kelly revealed. “We are going to legally change our son’s name to have both of our last names.”

“We both made our child, so he should have both of our last names,” she added.

Sharon Osbourne, Kelly’s mother, expressed her opinion that naming children after their parents is an outdated trend during their conversation.

“Don’t even get me started, Mom. Because it goes Sid’s dad, then Sid, and now our son,” Kelly replied. “Sid told me that his grandfather had the same name, but he didn’t! His grandfather’s name was Fred.”

Kelly mentioned that she has come to appreciate her son’s name more over time.

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