Paris Fury shares adorable photos from fun-filled weekend with children

Mum-of-seven Paris Fury has shared pictures of her fun-filled weekend with her brood.

The doting wife of heavyweight boxing champion Tyson Fury took her youngest children for a day out to the cinema to watch Trolls.

Paris was also joined by her mum Lynda on the trip, as she took to Instagram to share pictures of her kids enjoying slush puppies, nachos, and popcorn as they sat down to enjoy the film.

The Netflix star looked fresh-faced as she posed for a selfie with her son, captioning the image: "Watching Trolls."

Later, Paris also shared an adorable picture of Prince Rico Paris Fury, known as Rico, wearing a jumper for the first time.

The snap showed the one-month-old tot smiling, as she dressed him in all beige outfits with a cosy, bunny rabbit knit, gloves, and socks.

She captioned the heart-warming picture: '1st time in clothes and not a baby grow. 1 month in the world, you little miracle."

It comes as Paris opened up to OK! about the birth of her seventh child last month.

Prince Rico Paris Fury arrived at 2.29am on September 18, weighing 6lb 13oz.

All four of the couple’s sons share the same first name, with Tyson previously revealing, "I’m a king and they’re princes until they earn their rightful name."

Tyson, 35, and Paris have Prince John James, 11, Prince Tyson II, seven, and four-year-old Prince Adonis Amaziah, as well as daughters Venezuela Lynda, 14, Valencia Amber, five, and two-year-old Athena Amour.

The new-born's middle name, Rico, is a tribute to Tyson’s late cousin Rico Burton, who was tragically murdered in 2022, while Paris is a nod to his mum

.Opening up about her birth, Paris said: "I have a condition when I’m pregnant called cholestasis, where the digestive fluid produced by the liver is affected. I had itchy hands and feet during pregnancy, which is one of the symptoms. It can be highly dangerous, so pregnant women get induced a bit early."

"All of my children have arrived earlier than their expected due date; most of them have been born two to three weeks early.

"I knew my date in advance, and I knew I would be induced. I don’t have C-sections; it’s what I’ve always done."

Paris added that her new son 'is perfect' as she gushed over him, saying: "He looks so much like his brothers. He’s dark, and he’s got lots of hair. I’m biased, but he’s good-looking! He’s really long, like his dad."

"All the Furys have long arms and long legs! They’ve all been really strong early on, and they can pull their heads up! He’s perfect. I’m all gooed up with him at the minute."

Asked if she is planning on adding to her already huge brood, Paris said "I’ve always wanted a big family. I’ve seen a few negative comments saying, 'Oh, they’ve got so many kids,' but we’re looking after them, we’re feeding them, I protect them all.

"They’re all happy and healthy, and they all love each other, so I don’t see the problem.'"

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