The couple, who dated for two years, were introduced by Kate Moss at her wedding in 2011, but have now called it quits.
A spokesperson for Osbourne stated, “Kelly Osbourne and Matthew Mosshart have decided to end their engagement. Kelly is looking forward to a new year full of fresh beginnings. No further comments will be provided by all parties and we request privacy, decorum and space from the press but don’t expect it.”
The couple became engaged during a romantic Anguilla vacation just last summer.
Osbourne, 29, said previously, “I’ve never felt this close to another human being, ever. People say we’re co-dependent, but we just want to be together all the time.”
That apparently has changed all of a sudden!
On January 8, Kelly Osbourne posted a cryptic tweet saying, “Its all about perception sometimes the bad things that happen in life aren’t really bad at all especially when you learn something from it!”
The couple were last seen together on December 12 at the amfAR Inspiration Gala in Hollywood.
Kelly and Matthew had been planning a traditional English wedding at her parents mansion in Buckinghamshire, according to her mother Sharon Osbourne.
Kelly previously stated, “I want to have kids – a boy and a girl – but I’d only want to have them with Matthew. I’d like to live in England when I do, as I will not have a baby call me “mom”. I will kill myself before being called that. I’m in no rush, though – I’m happy watching my brother do it first.”
Mosshart previously relocated from his home in New York to be closer to Kelly, who lives close to her family in Los Angeles.
The “Fashion Police” star said, “Matthew’s made the biggest sacrifice anyone’s ever made for me, to move away from everything that he knew to be with me in LA. Long distance relationships often don’t work out. We’ve dated for a year and knew we wanted to be together. Matthew has broken down every one of my walls. There’s nothing I wouldn’t do in front of him.”
We are a bit shocked after the couple seemed so in love and happy. But, it’s much wiser to end things now than to marry and go through a divorce.
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