Tyson Fury and his children have worn matching outfits during their day on Bank Holiday Monday.
The boxer, 33, was seen out and about with his wife Paris, as well as children Venezuela, 12, Prince John James, nine, Prince Tyson II, five, Valencia, four, and Princes Adonis Amaziah, two. While the couple's youngest child, Athena, was sitting in a pram nearby her mother.
The pair seemed in happy spirits following Fury's win over Dillian Whyte last month, as the fighter posted a picture of them all together with the caption: “Lovely day out with the fam. Blessed.” Furyenjoyed a sixth-round knockout win at Wembley Stadium on Saturday April 25, and the boxer and his wife were then seen celebrating at the Sheesh restaurant in Essex the day after.
Carl Froch let it on that Paris might even be with a seventh child when he was on BBC Breakfast – but neither has confirmed or denied the claims.
"He's got five or six children? I don't want to get it wrong, but he's got a lot of kids." The former pro then added: "I think Paris his wife is pregnant."
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Paris revealed in her book Love and Fury: The Magic and Mayhem of Life with Tyson that they intend to have ten children to keep up the tradition. "Tyson and I had always intended to carry on the great Traveller tradition and have a big family: three children at the very least, we’d say to each other, maybe even ten if we were lucky,” she wrote.
Meanwhile, Fury reiterated his ambition to hang up the gloves despite the prospect of competing against the winner of Anthony Joshua's rematch with Oleksandr Usyk.
Speaking on Piers Morgan Uncensored on TalkTV, Fury said: “This is the truth, the gospel truth, nothing but the truth – I’m done. When is enough, enough? I’m happy, I’m healthy, I’ve still got my brains, I can still talk. I’ve got a beautiful wife, I’ve got six kids. I’ve got umpteen belts, I’ve got plenty of money. I’ve got success, fame, glory. What more am I doing it for?
“Boxing’s a very dangerous sport, you can be taken out with one punch as we’ve seen on Saturday night, and it only takes one unlucky blow and you may not get up from that canvas. I’m quitting while I’m ahead. I’m undefeated, only the second man in history to retire undefeated heavyweight champion."
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