Who is Tyson Fury’s wife, Paris Fury? – The Sun | The Sun

AS A mum of a huge brood of children, Paris Fury's life is very busy.

But away from looking after her kids, the wife of Tyson Fury is quickly building up her own career as a celebrity.

Who is Paris Fury?

Paris Fury is a TV star and author, who is famously the wife of boxing champ Tyson Fury.

She met her future husband in 2005, at a mutual friend's wedding when she was 15, and he was 17.

The two both came from similar backgrounds and grew up in gypsy families.

Paris was raised in Doncaster, South Yorkshire while Tyson in Wythenshawe, Manchester.

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After their initial meeting, they didn't see each other again until they met up accidentally at Paris' 16th birthday party.

From there the young lovebirds started dating by going to the cinema and ice skating every weekend.

What age is Paris Fury?

Paris was born in Doncaster on December 5, 1989.

When she was filming her Netflix documentary, At Home With The Furys, she was 32.

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Paris' young age, shocked some fans.

Writing on X, formerly known as Twitter, one fan said: "Thoroughly enjoying #AtHomeWithTheFurys. Paris Fury is a total queen. Can’t believe she’s only 32."

Echoing this, someone else wrote: "I think sometimes people forget that Tyson and Paris Fury have six children, and they're not even in their 40s.

"I'm 33, and we are all pretty close in age, which has helped me become more of a fan of them and their family."

When did Tyson and Paris Fury get married?

The couple were married on November 21, 2008, in Doncaster.

However, Paris revealed in her book how she nearly called the wedding off, after Tyson wanted to move the date of their nuptials.

"My fiancé clearly didn’t understand the amount of planning and organisation that went into a wedding," she wrote in her 2021 autobiography.

"I was beginning to realise how incredibly impulsive he was, the sort of person who lived life in the moment and liked to make decisions on the hoof."

She explained further: "In Tyson’s world, our big day could be rescheduled on a whim, just like one of his boxing matches.

"I was having none of it, though, and refused point blank to change the date."

Meanwhile, heavyweight superstar Tyson has previously said in an interview: "Boxing is like a marriage – you have to work at it. You do fall in and out of love.

"But I have spiced it back up again, bought her some sexy lingerie and we are back at it, better than ever."

What was Tyson and Paris Fury's wedding like?

Tyson and Paris held their wedding in Paris' home town, Doncaster, and invited more than 300 guests.

In keeping with the travellers' tradition they didn't sleep together until their wedding night.

Paris explained in her book: "Even after we got engaged, Tyson would sleep in a caravan at my parents’ home, while I slept inside the house."

How many children do Tyson and Paris Fury have?

The couple have seven children now.

Paris and Tyson welcomed their first child, daughter Venezuela Lynda, in September 2009.

Their son, Prince John James, was later born in April 2012.

Prince Tyson II, named after his father, arrived in July 2016, and goes by his middle name or "Tutty".

Valencia Amber was born in December 2017, and the couple had their third son, Prince Adonis Amaziah, in February 2019.

Their daughter Athena was born on in August 2021, and faced a tough start in the intensive care unit.

Paris gave birth to their seventh child in September 2023, and the couple named him Prince Rico Paris.

What does Paris Fury do for a living?

As well as being a busy mum-of-seven, Paris is also a TV star and author.

She is a regular panellist on ITV's Loose Women, and also featured in her family's Netflix documentary, At Home With The Furys.

If that wasn't enough, she is also an author of two books.

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