Tyson Fury and wife Paris decide not to have any more children and end on six… with original plan to have EIGHT | The Sun

PARIS FURY has revealed she and husband Tyson have agreed to have no more children – after claiming she wanted EIGHT.

The loved-up couple are parents to six kids, with the youngest Athena born last August just before the Gypsy King's trilogy bout with Deontay Wilder.


The others are Venezuela, 12, Prince John James, nine, Prince Tyson II, five, Valencia, four, and Princes Adonis Amaziah, two.

Former world champion Carl Froch claimed in April Tyson and Paris were expecting their seventh child.

But Paris cleared up the rumours last month and insisted that she is not pregnant.

And during a recent appearance on ITV show Loose Women, the 32-year-old told how her and Tyson will not be adding to their brood following the traumatic birth of Athena.

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The tot was born with a fast heartbeat of 300 beats a minute, with the norm being around the 120.

After they finally got Athena home safe and sound, Paris revealed Tyson, 33, insisted that she would be their last.

That is despite her wanting to follow in the footsteps of her grandmother by having a whopping eight children.

Speaking on the panel show, Paris said: "When we first got out of the hospital and we came home, Tyson said, 'that's it, we'll not have any more'.

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"Not right now, and maybe never. But I've always wanted a big family.

"My friends say, 'have you not got enough?' and I'm like, 'I could have a few more'.

"My granny had eight and I've always looked at that as the perfect family, but right now, it's a no."

Paris has also defended her decision to take eldest child Venezuela out of school as she stated it is the traveller tradition to educate their kids at home.

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