Kelly Osbourne has stepped out for the first time since her five-day hospital stay after suffering a seizure on March 7.
The 28-year-old reality star looked as though she was on the mend as she took a sunny stroll through Beverly Hills alongside her rumoured fiance Matthew Mosshart on Sunday.
The British presenter was dressed in a black motorcycle jacket over a white hoodie, black T-shirt, leggings, and trainers.
With her lavender hair up in a loose ponytail, Kelly appeared in good spirits as she carried a folder and a cute quilted cube purse.
Earlier this month, the daughter of rock god Ozzy Osbourne collapsed in seizures for 30 seconds on the set of Fashion Police while speaking with guest Melissa Rivers.
‘Kelly has returned home and has been given a clean bill of health by her doctor,’ her spokesperson told E! News in a statement on Tuesday.
‘There are no conclusive results. She is looking forward to returning to Fashion Police this week and getting back to business and life as usual.’
The former Dancing with the Stars contestant took her Twitter to thank the medical team behind her recovery.
‘Thank you to all the Doctors Nurses Medical Staff & Employees@CedarsSinai Hospital for fixing me enough to go home its so nice to bein bed!’ she wrote to her 2.8 million followers.
While on her show The Talk, Osbourne’s mother Sharon said that she is doing fine and doctors are still puzzled as to the cause of the seizure.
‘We all believe in the power of positive thinking and sending good vibes, and the Osbournes, we want to thank everyone,’ the 60-year-old host said.
‘And she’s on medication. She’s fine, nobody knows why she had it…Can’t figure out a reason why, but she is fine and naughty.’
The Osbourne family has endured a large amount of medical problems over the years.
64-year-old Ozzy suffers from Parkin Syndrome, a genetic condition which causes involuntary shudders and hearing loss.
Matriarch Sharon survived colon cancer in 2002 and underwent a double mastectomy to prevent breast cancer last year.
And Kelly’s 27-year-old brother Jack announced that he has Multiple Sclerosis last year.