Ozzy Osbourne and Sharon Osbourne Split After More Than 33 Years of Marriage: Source

The two are parents to three kids – Aimee, Kelly and Jack

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It's over for Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne.

The 67-year-old heavy metal rocker and the 63-year-old co-host of "The Talk" have broken up after more than 33 years of marriage, E! News has learned.

A source tells E! News the couple agreed that Ozzy would move out of the house temporarily. In addition, the split has nothing to do with Ozzy's sobriety. The rocker has been sober for three and a quarter years and has not touched drugs or alcohol in that time, the source said.

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A spokesperson for the couple issued a statement to Rolling Stone, which reads: "At this time, Ozzy is not in the marital home."

Ozzy and Sharon met in the early '70s when he rose to fame with the band Black Sabbath. She later became his manager. The two wed on July 4, 1982 and had three children – Aimee Osbourne, 32, Kelly Osbourne, 31, and Jack Osbourne, 30. The family, minus Aimee, starred on the hit MTV reality show "The Osbournes" between 2002 and 2005.

In 2013, Ozzy and Sharon started sparking divorce rumors.

"Everything that has been printed in the tabloids has been distorted," Sharon assured fans on "The Talk" at the time. "There's always a little seed of truth to everything that gets reported, but then it gets very distorted."

She made her comments a week after Ozzy wrote on Facebook, "Just to set the record straight, Sharon and I are not divorcing...I'm just trying to be a better person."

He said he had been "drinking and taking drugs" but that he was 44 days sober.

"The only thing that's true was the Facebook posting that my husband did on his Facebook where he said he's been using alcohol and prescription drugs for the last year and a half...and that he has been in a very dark place," Sharon said on "The Talk." "That's true. It's very true."

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