Tyson Fury shares exciting update on how Molly Mae and Tommy are adjusting to parenthood

Paris and Tyson Fury discussed their own family life as well as how Tyson’s brother Tommy Fury and his fiancée Molly-Mae Hague are adjusting to parenthood.

The reality TV couple, who have been married since 2008, are the proud parents of six adorable children aged between 13 and two. The Gypsy King and Paris, who is pregnant with baby number seven, are now about to give the public an insight into their daily lives at their £1.9 million Morecombe mansion in an exciting new Netflix docuseries.



The ‘heartfelt’ and ‘hilarious’ At Home With The Furys will premiere on the streaming platform on August 16, and will follow the energetic brood as Tyson embarks on retirement from heavyweight boxing to become a full-time family man.



Tommy Fury, Tyson’s younger brother, is also set to appear in the highly-anticipated show. The Gypsy King spoke candidly about the 24-year-old’s life with fiancée Molly Mae Hague and their daughter, Bambi, telling that the glamorous couple are “always together.”



Elsewhere in the Hello! magazine interview, Paris spoke honestly about the challenges of raising six young kids. “I don’t think it even looks easy,” she admitted. “But it’s a hard job. It’s a hard job managing a family, especially a big family.”

The 33-year-old went on to explain that she and Tyson, 35, “split the load” and “try and do our best” as parents to half a dozen children. The VIP couple, whose relationship began when they were teenagers, also hope that their upcoming docu-series will give viewers an insight into just how ordinary they are in real life.

“I know we’re far from normal, but we do have a normal side and we are just a man and a woman with kids. I’d like that to be taken from it,” Paris explained, before adding that the series has been “quite a fun thing to film.”


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