She famously opted against being featured in her family's reality series, The Osbournes.But Aimee Osbourne chose to make a rare public appearance in Greenwich, Connecticut with mother Sharon on Sunday.The pair celebrated Mothers' Day at an opening event for The Brant Foundation Art Study Center's Andy Warhol retrospective.
The elder Osbourne daughter, 29, looked chic in a leather motorcycle jacket accessorized with a powder blue scarf as she posed beside her mother, who wore a cream blazer. Unlike siblings Kelly and Jack, Aimee is fiercely protective of her privacy, and said of her decision to remain uninvolved with the family's MTV hit: '[Mum] was hurt and we definitely had a tough time with disagreements. I'm more reserved and my private life is very important.'
Mother-daughter bonding: Sharon Osbourne and rarely seen daughter Aimee stepped out together in Greenwich, Connecticut on Sunday
The Osbourne matriarch has agreed to a £1.5million deal to return to a judging post on the U.K. edition of X Factor.
Picturesque setting: Sharon posed outside of the exhibit with model May Anderson
According to reports, Sharon will replace popstar Tulisa, who allegedly has been told she will not return to the competition.Also in attendance at the star-studded event were Leonardo DiCaprio and Owen Wilson.The Great Gatsby toured the grounds in a blue blazer and a grey cap as he spoke with French fashion photographer Patrick Demarchelier.
Quite a conversation: Great Gatsby star Leonardo DiCaprio spoke with fashion photographer Patrick Demarchelier as they toured the grounds
Suave: Leo looked dapper in a blue blazer and a herringbone cap
Meanwhile, the You, Me And Dupree comic posed in a linen suit with art dealer Tony Shafrazi.Christopher Walken arrived at the idyllic location with wife Georgianne Walken, a casting director.Launched in 2009, The Brant Foundation Art Study Center is operated by art collector and businessman Peter Brant.Brant -- who is married to supermodel Stephanie Seymour -- also owns and publishes Interview magazine, which was founded by Andy Warhol in 1969.
Fancy seeing you here: Owen Wilson posed with art impresario Tony Shafrazi
Caught off guard? Christopher Walker and wife Georgianne seemed uncharacteristically somber
Art enthusiasts: The Brant Foundation Art Study Center's founder, Peter Brant, posed with daughter Allison, who works as the gallery's director
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