PARIS Fury has opened up why she doesn’t have any hired help with multi-millionaire boxing champion husband Tyson, despite them having six kids.
Tyson, also known as The Gypsy King, is said to be worth an estimated £70million, but Paris revealed it is her “duty” to look after her husband and kids.
In her biography, Love and Fury: The Magic and Mayhem of Life with Tyson, Paris – who is reportedly pregnant with the couple's seventh child – addressed the issue.
The Morecambe-based mum said: “Sometimes people would ask me why I didn’t employ any hired help – it wasn’t as if we couldn’t afford it – but that just wasn’t the Traveller way.
“As proud and dedicated wives and mothers, we considered it our duty and our privilege to look after our homes and children ourselves.”
She said she is keen to set a good example to her six kids – Prince John James, Prince Tyson Fury II, Prince Adonis, Venezuela, Valencia and Athena.
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Paris explained: “I didn’t like the idea of them growing up with chefs and cleaners grafting away around us while I waltzed around all day looking glamorous.”
But the busy mum does admit that running her lively household is not an easy task, and some days she walks up to 12 miles running after her kids.
She added: “Just get on with it, Paris, I’d say to myself as I washed, dusted and vacuumed. I tried to take it all in my stride and be everything to everyone, like I was some kind of superwoman.”
When Tyson is preparing for a fight or away in training camp – which can be for eight weeks at a time – all the housework and parenting falls on Paris.
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However, Paris said that she doesn’t feel “resentful”.
She continued: “I wasn’t the only wife whose husband’s job took him away from home – but being constantly on the go from Monday to Sunday proved to be really tough.”
After putting her kids to bed, she will always ring Tyson for a “nightly morale-boosting phone call”, and said he often tells her to go and “put your feet up” and she sounds “shattered.”
Paris and Tyson have been together since they were teenagers and say they've never forgotten their humble roots and are raising their six kids in line with traveller traditions.
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