Kelly Osbourne arrives at the Primetime Emmy Awards at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles on August 25, 2014. UPI/Jim Ruymen | License Photo
SYDNEY, Oct. 17 (UPI) -- Kelly Osbourne's major business goal is to fund her parents' retirement.
The 29-year-old daughter of Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne said as much in an interview with Fairfax Media. Ozzy, 65, and Sharon, 62, may be worth an estimated $236 million, but Osbourne said it is important she maintain her parents' lifestyle after they retire.
"My dream is to make enough money doing what I love so that my parents never have to work again and I can look after them," she shared. "They've been through too much [expletive], it's enough already."
"They run a huge business and I want eventually for them to be able to be that couple on a yacht traveling the world and not having to worry about anything, because they've given me so much," she added. "It's time for us to look after them."
Osbourne published her first autobiography, Fierce, in 2009, and has hosted E! series Fashion Police since 2010. The television personality also writes a weekly column in U.K. magazine Closer, and occasionally appears in films. She will launch fashion line Stories this week on bluefly.com, and would like to further expand her business ventures.
Despite their daughter's concern, Ozzy and Sharon seem content out of retirement. Ozzy recently announced a new album and tour with his band, Black Sabbath, and Sharon currently co-hosts British daytime talk show Loose Women.