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Kelly Osbourne fractures foot

KELLY Osbourne has fractured her foot.

The former 'Fashion Police' star has been left in pain for the festive season after somehow damaging her right foot.

Sharing a picture of the bruised and swollen body part on Instagram, she wrote: "All I want for Christmas is not to have a broken foot."

The 31-year-old star later shared another image of herself looking sheepish in a wheelchair, with her foot strapped up, being pushed by medical staff, and she revealed in the Instagram post the extend of her injuries.

She wrote: I have a fracture, chipped bone and torn tendon!!!! Thank you to the amazing Doctors and nurses for taking such good care of me.(sic)"

It is unclear how Kelly sustained the injury as just a few hours before sharing the picture of her foot, she had been showing off her Christmas wrapping and dish washing skills on the photo-sharing website.

Kelly hasn't had the easiest few weeks, as last month she feared for her life while travelling back to Los Angeles from Australia with pal Melinda Varga.

The star posted on Instagram "Never been so scared in our lives! @melindavargainoz & I just experienced the worst turbulence EVER! we held hands so tight our hands swelled up & I think my wrist is sprained! I genuinely thought this would be my last day on earth. Thank god we were together & we have landed safely! All I want is my mum right now."

And earlier that week, Kelly was forced to travel to filming for 'Australia's Got Talent' by rickshaw after losing her car.

She posted: "Look how I showed up to work today because I could not find my car! The fresh air was amazing @gottalentau (sic)"



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