GYPSY KINGDOM Inside ‘pregnant’ Paris Fury’s baby struggle & dreams of carrying on the ‘great traveller tradition’ of having ten kids

TYSON Fury may be celebrating more than just his recent victory against Dillian Whyte, as wife Paris is “pregnant” with their seventh child, a pal has claimed.

The Morecambe-based couple already have six children – the youngest, Athena, was born last August just before Tyson’s latest fight, the 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.

Just hours before the first bell, Carl Froch appeared to drop the bombshell news.

Appearing on BBC Breakfast, the former super-middleweight champ claimed: “He’s got five or six children?

“I don’t want to get it wrong, but he’s got a lot of kids

“I think Paris his wife is pregnant.”

Although the family is yet to confirm the news, they have made no secret of their desire to have a big family, with Tyson declaring they want 11 children.

In her book, Love and Fury: The Magic and Mayhem of Life with Tyson, Paris said: “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.”

When asked about having more kids, Tyson told The Daily Mail he wants 11 – enough for a “mixed football team playing on the pitch at Morecambe.”

While they’ve so far been blessed with numerous beautiful children, they have experienced heartbreak on their pregnancy journey.

In 2014, they tragically lost a baby when Paris was five months pregnant with their third child, and she was forced to endure a stillbirth.

Paris said began suffering some complications so Tyson had to rush her into hospital.

She wrote: “Following some tests and scans, we received the devastating news that the baby’s heart had stopped beating.

“There was nothing the medical team could do.

“A midwife then gently broke the news to me that, although the baby was no longer alive, its advanced development meant I had no other option but to proceed with a delivery.

“Never in my life had I felt so scared and upset.

“All I’ll say is I’d hate any other woman to experience in their lifetime what I had to endure that day. It was crushing.

“Tyson was distraught, but still managed to be my rock throughout, squeezing my hand, stroking my forehead, telling me over and over again how much he and the kids loved me.

“We never spoke much about the baby. It had happened, and it had been horrendous, but we both agreed to try to move forward, and stay strong for the sake of the family.”

I’d hate any other woman to experience in their lifetime what I had to endure that day. It was crushing.

Paris Fury On Her Stillbirth
And it wasn’t the only tragedy they have suffered.

While Tyson managed to resume his career, just days before his comeback fight against Sefer Seferi in 2018, Paris had another miscarriage.

Fearing it would impact her husband in the ring, or have an effect on his mental health, she decided not to tell him until after the fight.

She said: “I was about eight weeks pregnant.

“Then on the day of the fight I knew I’d lost our baby.

“I didn’t mention it to Tyson before he went in the ring.

“Then straight after it I told him and the next day we went to the hospital and it was confirmed.

“Five weeks later we fell pregnant again…We were still heartbroken over our loss, but overjoyed at the same time.”

Baby Tyson was born three months prematurely and weighed just a pound.

I was ready and willing to kickstart the IVF process – I just couldn’t wait any longer – but Tyson reckoned we should hang fire for a while.

Paris Fury
It’s the reason his dad John opted to call him Tyson, after boxer Mike Tyson, saying: “I thought, ‘There’s only one name fitting for him, he’s fought hard to become a person living in this world’.”

Paris has also opened up about struggling to fall pregnant with her third child, and how they considered doing IVF to help.

She said: “As time went on, however – and as Prince approached his fourth birthday – I began to yearn for another child.

“It had all gone worryingly quiet on that front, and I’d started to convince myself something was wrong, and that I’d never conceive again.

“I was desperate to understand the problem – and to solve it if there was one – and after discussing it with Tyson, we booked ourselves into an NHS fertility clinic in Lancaster to get checked out.”

Although their tests came back clear, the doctor suggested that IVF could help them fall pregnant.

Paris wrote: “I was ready and willing to kickstart the IVF process – I just couldn’t wait any longer – but Tyson reckoned we should hang fire for a while.”

They decided they would go through the treatment if Paris didn’t conceive within 12 months.

However, she fell pregnant naturally later that year before they went through with the fertility procedure.


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