"We're proud to be a part of the #PinkArmy and support @raceforlife! You can join too," Sharon wrote on Twitter

By Brittany King
Updated May 20, 2016 11:45 AM
Credit: Splash News Online/Cancer Research UK's Race for Life

A mother-daughter cake fight is just what the doctor ordered!

Sharon Osbourne is staying strong – in more ways than one. She and daughter Kelly Osbourne decided to get a bit messy and enjoyed an intense cake fight as ambassadors of Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life. Sharon shared a photo on her website and Twitter calling on women to help beat the disease.

“I’m honored to be supporting Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life again this year,” Sharon said in a statement. “Cancer has stolen the lives of so many, but there is something we can do to help change the odds.”

Her daughter added, “Watching mum fighting colon cancer inspired me to want to do something to beat the disease.”

The television personality, 63, remains in great spirits after surviving colon cancer in 2002 and then underwent a double mastectomy in 2012. Kelly was diagnosed with the BRCA1 gene in 2015.

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Sharon also continues to remain strong amid the drama she’s going through in splitting from husband Ozzy, 67. News broke earlier this month confirming that she and the rocker had split after 33 years of marriage. The former couple has three children together: Aimee, 32; Kelly, 31, and Jack, 30.

“I think I’m the strongest I’ve ever been right now, with everything that’s going on in my life,” Sharon said on a recent episode of The Talk. “I feel it.”

The Talk airs weekdays (2 p.m. ET) on CBS.