Tyson Fury's wife Paris fumes he's 'abandoned' her, their five kids and piles of housework

Tyson Fury's wife Paris fumes he's 'abandoned' her, their five kids and piles of housework


TYSON's Fury's wife Paris fumed as he "abandons" her, their four kids and piles of housework.

Whenever the 31-year-old boxer is training, Paris is at home in Morecombe, Lancashire, looking after their five kids.

On their reality show, Tyson Fury: The Gypsy King, Paris opened up about the struggle to keep the house running whilst Tyson trained for his comeback fight against Deontay Wilder.

She said: "I used to think celebrities, they don't do nothing, that's why they look so good. They don't clean, they don't cook, they don't look after their own children.

"My role is to be doctor, nurse, cooker, cleaner, father at the minute. General house organiser. If you want to roll that down into one title, it's 'Mam'. Mam has got a lot to do.

"When (Tyson) goes he does a complete disappearing act. He's just gone for eight weeks. He's not coming back. It's hard work."

Paris admitted her role as a mum and housewife can make her feel isolated, adding: "Because I don't work I don't see anyone.

"You miss that person and you miss them being around. Everything is getting on me nerves now. It's hard but it's what we're doing at the minute. I know it won't last forever."

The 31-year-old heavyweight world champion has daughters Venezuela, ten, and two-year-old Valencia Amber as well as three sons who are all called Prince.

Prince John James, eight, is the eldest boy, Prince Tyson Fury II is three and their little brother is 12-month-old Prince Adonis Amaziah.

Tyson opened up about choosing to call his sons the same thing in his recent ITV documentary, revealing it all stems from his boxing nickname – The Gypsy King.

“I'm a king and they're princes until they earn their rightful name,” he said in the show, which aired ahead of his win against Deontay Wilder on Saturday.

It seems the brood’s unique names were sealed when Paris, now 30, was pregnant with their eldest, with Tyson coming up with her name thanks to a dream.

“One night, while I was sleeping, I thought of Venezuela,” he previously told The Guardian.

“My wife is called Paris. I'm Tyson and [gesturing to his son] he's called Prince John James. If the girl had a normal name it wouldn't fit in, would it?

“I wanted to call the boy Patrick but the wife didn't want it.”

It’s a version of events which Paris sees a little differently as she quickly forced Tyson to reveal the real name he’d wanted for their eldest son – which she immediately ruled out.

“Jesus,” he responded. “Jesus Fury. I like that name. A lot of Mexicans are called Jesus.”

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