TYSON FURY enjoyed a romantic meal with his wife Paris during the couple's holiday in Cannes.
The pair have jetted off to France for what looks set to be Tyson's final break before his clash with Anthony Joshua on December 3.
The two British heavyweights are closing in on a deal to make the country's biggest EVER fight at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff before the end of the year.
But while both camps continue to work on getting the bout over the line, Tyson, 34, has gone away to Cannes with wife Paris, 32, with Netflix cameras following them as they continue to film a docuseries about the boxer.
And Paris shared a couple of images of them going to Palm Beach in the French town.
They posed outside the establishment and then shared a snap of them laughing at the table inside.
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Along with the images, Paris said: "Been coming to Cannes for 10 years together, great memories here."
She then added another caption which read: "Amazing new memories made here 🥰, shock and delight moment 🤭caught on our Netflix show🤫.
"Can you guess what was on that plate last night?"
Last week, Tyson and Paris produced a touching gesture by laying flowers outside Buckingham Palace in a tribute to the Queen.
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They also left a card which read: "To Our Queen. Great may your bed be in Heaven. Love from Tyson and Paris."
Tyson then signed it off with his iconic nickname "The Gypsy King".
Fury then returned to social media on Monday after a 10-day hiatus to pay tribute to the Queen once more.
The WBC champion posted a video on Instagram in which he said: "Hey guys, Queen's funeral today. I've been off social media the past ten days mourning in respect for our Queen who's died.
"Not posted nothing. Not been interested in anything else. I hope all the funeral goes well, condolences to the full family and may she rest in heaven for eternity."
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