Paris Fury defends being mum to 7 kids and insists ‘we’re feeding them, they’re all happy’

Paris Fury has defended her growing family following the birth of her seventh child with husband Tyson Fury in September, as she admitted she's seen "negative comments" about the couple having seven kids.

The 33 year old welcomed baby son Prince Rico Paris Fury on 18 September with boxer Tyson, 35. The couple are also parents to Venezuela, 13, Prince John James, 10, Prince 'Tutty' Tyson, six, Valencia, five, Prince Adonis Amaziah Fury, four, and Athena, two.

Following Rico's birth, Paris has opened up to OK! about receiving backlash for being a mum-of-seven and fiercely defended her brood, saying they're all "happy" and she "protects" them all.

Speaking exclusively to OK!, the proud mum said: "I’ve seen a few negative comments saying, ‘Oh they’ve got so many kids’ but we’re looking after them, we’re feeding them, I protect them all."

She added: "They’re all happy and healthy and they all love each other, so I don’t see the problem."

Paris went on to admit she has always wanted a "big family" and hinted that she hasn't ruled out expanding her brood even further in the future. Heavyweight champion Tyson previously said he wants to have 10 children with Paris, but the mum-of-seven has admitted her husband does have worries about her being pregnant following their daughter Athena's traumatic birth in 2021.

"Every time we have another he says, ‘No more Paris! It’s too hard!’ He gets emotional and says, ‘You could die’ because of what happened with Athena. But then the child will get to nursery age and I always think ‘Oh I’d like a newborn!’ I’ve always wanted a big family," the At Home with the Furys star explained.

Her older children have also been a huge support to her following Rico's birth, especially eldest daughter Venezuela, 14, who Paris says is "really interested" in her newborn brother.

“Venezuela is really interested in the baby. She keeps playing with him and feeding him – I think she sees him as a little doll. The kids are all really good with him actually," Paris told OK!

She jokingly added: "We’re just trying to keep things safe and keep him out of reach because one of them will probably try and put him in a doll pram one of these days!”

Paris life as a mum-of-seven is documented in her new book, How Does She Do It?, which sees her open up about everything from her own childhood to her marriage to boxing champion Tyson.

HOW DOES SHE DO IT? By Paris Fury is available now (Hardback, Hodder & Stoughton)

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