Paris Fury reveals she hasn’t ruled out having an EIGHTH child with husband Tyson – a month after giving birth: ‘We’re on the fence!’
Paris Fury has revealed she hasn’t ruled out having an eight child with her husband Tyson.
The 33-year-old welcomed their seventh child on September 18 and recently announced that he is called Prince Rico Paris Fury.
He is the latest addition to the couple’s brood as they are also parents to Venezuela, 13, Prince John James, 11, Prince Tyson II, seven, Valencia, five, Prince Adonis Amaziah, four, and Athena, two.
Appearing on Monday’s Loose Women she spoke about the possibility of further extending their brood.
She said: ‘We’re on the fence whether this is going be the last one. Every time I have a baby I say no more.
Busy parent: Paris Fury has revealed she hasn’t ruled out having an eight child with her husband Tyson
Cute: The 33-year-old welcomed their seventh child on September 18 and recently announced that he is called Prince Rico Paris Fury
‘Then they go off to school and I get this little inkling. But seven is a lot, I’m not going to lie. It’s very busy in my house.’
Paris went on to address why her latest book is titled ‘How does she do it?’ and said: ‘[Raising seven kids] it sounds unbelievable.
‘When I wrote my first book, people started to get to know me, that’s what they all asked, they kept coming up to me or my messages in my Instagram kept saying, ‘How do you do it?’
‘So when they said, ‘Did you want to do another book?’ I was like, ‘Well, this is where we’ve got to aim with this.’
‘I did put in some serious tips in there on how I juggle the kids, how I’m a mom, how I’m doing business, how I support Tyson and his work.’
She added that since her latest little one was born she hasn’t slept for three weeks but tries to still make some time for herself.
The blonde beauty said: ‘You’ve got to create five minutes for yourself – a girls night out, half an hour in the gym, a walk – anything for yourself, as a woman you need that to make yourself feel good.’
Speaking about Prince Rico Paris Fury’s name choice, Paris told OK! magazine recently: ‘All of my kids have got unusual names and obviously it’s also really personal to Tyson.
Family: He is the latest addition to the couple’s brood as they are also parents to Venezuela, 13, Prince John James, 11, Prince Tyson II, seven, Valencia, five, Prince Adonis Amaziah, four, and Athena, two
Open: Appearing on Monday’s Loose Women she spoke about the possibility of further extending their brood
Honest: She said: ‘We’re on the fence whether this is going be the last one. Every time I have a baby I say no more’
‘We also added my name because I’ve had seven kids and I still haven’t had one named after me, so Tyson thought, ‘Come on, it’s about time!”
All four of the couple’s sons share the same first name of Prince with Tyson previously revealing, ‘I’m a king and they’re princes until they earn their rightful name’.
While Paris is a nod to herself, Rico was chosen to honour Tyson’s late cousin, who was murdered last year.
Rico Burton, 31, was fatally stabbed outside a bar in Altrincham, Cheshire, in August last year.
His attacker, Liam O’Pray, 22, was found guilty of murder last month.
Paris also revealed her mum has been with her for all of her children’s births, except from her youngest daughter Athena, in 2021.
The little girl’s birth was traumatic, after she was born with a fast heartbeat of 300 beats a minute – the normal rate is around the 120 beats mark.
As medical staff tried to slow Athena’s heart rate it failed to work which caused ‘a load of other complications’ meaning the mother and daughter were swiftly transferred from the Royal Lancaster Infirmary to Alder Hey Children’s Hospital.
The Fury family then had a nightmare two weeks after the baby girl was put into a neo-natal intensive care unit (NICU).
Discussing the terrifying birth in her new book, How Does She Do It? The Kids, Tyson & Me, Paris said she had never felt so fragile and helpless.
Paris explained: ‘It was clear Athena was having the fight of her life, and that any deterioration might cause her to slip away at any moment.’
Following being on a ventilator, medics believed Athena was stable and Paris, who had only just been able to hold her daughter again since giving birth went through her ‘worst nightmare’ just moments later.
She continued: ‘Suddenly she became pale, floppy and unresponsive and I could see she’d stopped breathing.
‘My blood ran cold and I let out a piercing scream ‘MY BABY’S DYING!’ I shouted as a nurse immediately hit the red emergency buzzer’.
Doctors quickly surrounded the little girl and resuscitated her after her heart completely stopped.
During the chaotic scene, the mum called Tyson who had gone on a run to get back as quickly as he could.
The boxer arrived just in time to see the medical staff revive their daughter and reconnect her to the ventilator.
Due to Athena’s traumatic birth Paris told her mum she had to be with her for the arrival of her seventh baby.
She told OK!: ‘When I had Athena and everything went wrong. I said ‘Mum you’ve got to be there this time!’
‘It was just a relief when he arrived and you can hear the crying. You just have an instant connection to your baby, I don’t know where it comes from.’
Last week, Paris appeared on Wednesday’s Lorraine via video link as she spoke 10 days after giving birth and gave an insight into her relationship with Tyson.
She detailed his gruelling training regime and told how she is looking after their newborn son and six other kids alone as he trains for a fight.
Mum: She added: ‘Then they go off to school and I get this little inkling. But seven is a lot, I’m not going to lie. It’s very busy in my house’
Baby joy: Last week, Paris appeared on Wednesday’s Lorraine via video link as she spoke 10 days after giving birth and gave an insight into her relationship with Tyson
Paris insisted relationships are all about the ‘give and take’ as she explained how Tyson will take over childcare after his big fight next month.
She said: ‘He’s in training for a fight at the moment so I am at home with the kids but when he comes back he takes over.
‘Relationships are never 50/50 sometimes they’re 60/40. It’s all about the give and take.’
Tyson is set to face former heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou in the boxing ring in a hotly-anticipated crossover bout in Saudi Arabia on October 28.
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