Sharon Osbourne cuts a sleek figure and carries a £3,150 YSL bag while out to dinner

Sharon Osbourne cuts a sleek figure in an all-black ensemble and carries a £3,150 YSL bag as she heads to a chic dinner in London

Sharon Osbourne cut a sleek figure on Wednesday as she stepped out for dinner at the chic Dorchester Hotel in London.

The TV personality, 69, appeared in high spirits as she donned an all-black ensemble for the evening.

Layering a chic coat over trousers, the former X Factor judge stowed her belonging in a quilted YSL bag – costing £3,150.

Chic: Sharon Osbourne, 69, cut an elegant figure on Wednesday as she stepped out for dinner at the chic Dorchester Hotel in London

Sharon’s coat featured silver buttons as well as a fur lining as she wrapped herself warmly on her way out of the luxury hotel.

The host sported a radiant makeup palette for the evening and wore her auburn locks in a sleek bob.

She accessorized with a selection of silver necklaces as well as her huge diamond wedding ring.

Expensive: Layering a chic coat over trousers, the former X Factor judge stuffed her belonging in a YSL quilted bag - costing £3,150

Expensive: Layering a chic coat over trousers, the former X Factor judge stuffed her belonging in a YSL quilted bag – costing £3,150

It comes after the star voiced her opinion on King Charles III following the death of Queen Elizabeth II aged 96.

Sharon appeared on TalkTV after the devastating news and told host Piers Morgan that Charles would be ‘an amazing king’ and was set to ‘do great things for the country’.

In light of the news, she then praised the royal family as a whole and insisted that “so many people miss the point”.

Reflecting on the wider royal family, Sharon said: ‘So many people miss the point – they are one family, one family together. Grandchildren and children will be completely devastated.

Diamonds: she accessorized a selection of silver necklaces as well as her huge diamond wedding ring

Diamonds: she accessorized a selection of silver necklaces as well as her huge diamond wedding ring

“She represented strength. Why would anyone want to come to Britain? Because of our traditions, because of our royal family.

“Everything that comes with Britain is historic. She continued and that is what makes Britain different from all other countries – our traditions.

The British-American TV star reflected on Her Majesty’s recent Jubilee celebrations: “Look what we’ve been through this year celebrating it – it was beautiful – nobody does it like the English.”

Opening: It comes after the star voiced her opinion of King Charles III following the death of Queen Elizabeth II aged 96

Opening: It comes after the star voiced her opinion of King Charles III following the death of Queen Elizabeth II aged 96

“It will never again happen in our country that there will be another monarch who will reign for so long.

“You can never say anything against the Queen, she was never one step wrong. And when she took an oath to be a servant of this country, she never broke it – she served this country all her life.

“Can you imagine the things she had to put aside, personally, family-wise, things she would have liked to do, to serve her country.

“She never took the wrong foot, a magnificent woman. She will go down in history as the greatest queen the country has ever had.

Appearance: Sharon appeared on TalkTV after the devastating news and told host Piers Morgan that Charles would be

Appearance: Sharon appeared on TalkTV after the devastating news and told host Piers Morgan that Charles would be ‘an incredible king’ and was set to ‘do great things for the country’

The Monarch’s death was confirmed on Thursday and a Buckingham Palace spokesperson said: ‘The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon. The King and Queen consort will stay at Balmoral tonight and return to London tomorrow’.

Her son Charles, the former Prince of Wales, is now King Charles III, as the world mourns his mother, Britain’s longest-serving monarch.

Sharon added: ‘It’s disturbing and I know the mourning will go on and on and on, people will never stop crying for her but I have to say I think Charles will be an amazing king, I have so much respect for him and me think he will take care of us all.

‘He will be a good king, he can’t fill his shoes but he will do it his way. I trust him, I adore him, I respect him and he will do great things for this country.

‘She represented strength’: Sharon meeting Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace in 2007


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