Kelly Osbourne is working on her first memoir.

The 31-year-old television personality will release the tell-all book "There's No [Expletive] Secret" in spring 2017, reports Us Weekly.

"Growing up in the spotlight has come with its ups and downs and my life has been far from normal, but I am finally at a place where I feel empowered to be who I really am," Osbourne told the magazine.

"I'm so excited to share an uncensored look at the stories that have shaped the woman I am today, which I hope will encourage and inspire others to find their own confidence and self-acceptance," she added."

Osbourne's memoir will address her struggles with bullies and substance abuse, in addition to topics like confidence and style. She said the book's title is an answer to the people who "always" ask, "What's your secret?"

The "Project Runway Junior" judge is the daughter of Ozzy Osbourne and Sharon Osbourne, who split in May amid cheating rumors.

Osbourne told Entertainment Weekly her parents are back "together" Thursday and followed up with a Father's Day post Sunday.

"You may not be perfect but to me you are the best father in the world! I love you sooooooooooooo much #HappyFathersDay Dadda," she wrote to the 67-year-old Black Sabbath frontman.

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Osbourne came to fame on her family's MTV reality series, "The Osbournes," and has since appeared on "Dancing with the Stars," "Fashion Police" and "The Talk."

She presently voices Hildy Gloom on Disney XD's "The 7D."