Paris Fury has revealed how she felt like “the world’s worst mother” when she left her newborn son at home to watch husband Tyson fight Francis Ngannou in Saudi Arabia.
Mum-of-seven Paris was on hand to support husband Tyson as he beat Francis Ngannou last month. Two months ago Paris, 33, welcomed Prince Rico Paris Fury into the world in the early hours of September 18, weighing 6lbs 7oz.
Tyson and Paris are also proud parents to Venezuela, 14, Prince John James 10, Prince Tyson Fury II, five, Valencia Amber, four, Prince Adonis Amaziah, three, and one-year-old Athena. Rico has instantly become a treasured member of the Morecambe clan.
Tyson and Paris Fury enjoy a meal at Trafford Centre Nando’s after granddad’s book signing
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In an interview with iFL TV, after Tyson beat Ngannou, Paris said: “I feel like the world’s worst mother for leaving him at home. But, my mum is watching him, so can’t get no better.
“I came here yesterday, I’m only here for the four nights, so I don’t feel too bad of a mam.”
This weekend Paris revealed how the Fury family enjoyed a meal at Nando’s after supporting Tyson’s dad John at a book signing at the Trafford Centre.
The heavyweight champion was joined by brother Tommy for “big John’s book signing”. In his book, entitled When Fury Takes Over, John opens up about gouging out fellow traveller’s eyes, his tough-as-nails mother who was always getting into scraps, and having to ‘learn the settled people’s ways over time’.
In the book John goes into detail about the birth of Tyson, claiming that it was ‘something that he will never forget’. “Again, there were complications for my lad,” he writes in the book. “Tyson had been born massively premature and weighed only 1lb — small enough to fit into the palm of my hand.”
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