Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne are the envy of thousand of fans across the world after sharing a glimpse into their lavish home life.
The sweet snap, which has already been liked over 40,000 times, sees the flame-haired beauty cuddled up in bed with husband Ozzy, 71.
But the loved-up pair are not alone in their gigantic bed, instead, they are surrounded by their eight dogs, who lay happily on top of the stars.
Sharon and Ozzy are the picture of comfort as they cuddle up in their pyjamas while watching TV alongside their canine companions.
"From my pack to yours. Happy Mother's Day," the reality TV sensation wrote alongside the sweet snapshot.
After locking eyes on the Osbournes' cosy night in, fans rushed to share their love for Sharon and Ozzy's 'lovely lifestyle'.
"This is so cute. I hope that when I'm your age I can have a lovely lifestyle like this one. So god damn cute!" one enthusiastic follower shared.
While a second quipped: "I don't think I've ever seen a bed that big. And all the dogs! I need that life!".
"Oh my god, love your family so much. Hope you are both safe and sound and enjoying lockdown," a third shared.
"I never knew you had so many babies! This is amazing. You both are complete couple goals!".
It's evident that fans took the opportunity to share their well wishes to Ozzy who is currently at high risk of contracting the coronavirus as he continues his battle with Parkinson's diease.
Last month, Sharon revealed that she feared for her husband's life during an appearance on Good Morning Britain.
Sharon spoke to Piers Morgan about Ozzy's life long diagnosis and how she feared that he would die after a severe fall he endured last year.
After the Black Sabbath legend tripped and feel, he thought he had broken his neck.
Sharon detailed the incident as she explained: "I saw it happen in slow motion. He’d like gone down, didn’t put his arms out to break the fall. He went bang and was just laying there, white as a sheet, his blood pressure was through the roof. I’m just like, 'He’s going to go, I know he’s going to go, I’m going to lose him'."
Asked how worrying it had been for the family, Sharon replied: "Really, I mean beyond. It’s not even worrying, it’s just like a change of life."
Thankfully, Ozzy fully recovered, and is taking some well needed time out while in lockdown.
And it truly looks as though he's living his best life from their latest update.