Paris Fury reveals adorable gifts her kids made Tyson for Father’s Day & shares his very sweet nickname for their baby

MUM-of-six Paris Fury has given fans a glimpse of what Father’s Day in the Fury family looks like.

The glamorous pregnant mother, 33, has posted several photos and clips showcasing the handmade gifts her children make for boxing legend Tyson Fury.

Paris Fury reveals what Father's Day looks like in their home


Paris Fury reveals what Father’s Day looks like in their homeCredit: parisfury1/Instagram
Paris reveals Tyson's sweet relationship with children


Paris reveals Tyson’s sweet relationship with childrenCredit: parisfury1/Instagram

Morecambe-based Paris wrote: “Happy Father’s Day, great man.

“All are present to give gifts.”

Paris revealed that her children prefer to give personalized gifts on Father’s Day, and she is definitely the one who likes this.

“Homemade gifts have always been a favorite in our house (because it’s always food),” she explains.

This year Tyson is given a chocolate treat with nuts and raisins, it seems that everything is going well.

After sharing a photo of Tyson surrounded by his children, Paris revealed the very sweet nickname the athlete has for their youngest daughter Athena.

She shared: “Dad was there, he called me that”.

Paris and Tyson are parents to Venezuela, 13, Prince John James, 10, Prince Tyson II, six, Valencia, five, Prince Adonis Amaziah, four, and Athena, one.

The couple made no secret of their desire to have a large family, Tyson announced they wanted 11 children.

In her book, Love and Fury: The Magic and Mayhem of Life with Tyson, Paris says: “Tyson and I have always intended to continue the tradition of the great Traveler and have a large family: at least three children. , we’d say to each other, maybe even ten if we’re lucky.”

However, Paris admits that her most recent traumatic birth almost made it impossible for her to give birth again.

Athena was born with a rapid heart rate of 300 beats per minute, with a normal rate of around 120.

After they finally get Athena home unharmed, Paris reveals that Tyson insisted that she be their last.

However, in March, Tyson revealed that he and his wife Paris were expecting their seventh child.

The Gypsy king wants his children to grow up working for their fortune and has made sure their lives are as normalized as possible.

“For me, it’s very important to be close to my facility because I have a lot of kids coming up, I have five kids, it’s very important that they know the value of money,” Fury said.

“It is very important for them to know how to make money. So if they see me being extravagance all the time and living the movie star lifestyle, they’ll grow up thinking that’s the only way they can live.

“To earn from a normal job, £200-300 a week, no matter how much they will earn, they may think it is not good if they are spoiled by millionaire parents.

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“So I don’t do that. My kids don’t go to private school, I don’t go to private school, they just go to normal school, people do normal things.”

The couple married in 2008 after 3 years of dating in the presence of 400 guests.

Tyson and Paris have six children and are expecting a seventh


Tyson and Paris have six children and are expecting a seventh
Paris said her children love to make their own sweets as gifts


Paris said her children love to make their own sweets as giftsCredit: Instagram

Russell Falcon

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