Paris Fury's new book How Does She Do It? The Kids, Tyson & Me is full of insights to her life as a mother-of-seven.
Together with her husband Tyson Fury – the reigning WBC heavyweight boxing champion – the 32 year old is responsible for daughters Venezuela, Valencia, Athena, and sons Prince John James, Prince Tyson II, Prince Adonis Amaziah, and baby Rico.
In one section of the autobiography, Paris recounts being trolled for the hairstyles she gives her three eldest sons, with the naysayers apparently comparing them to gangsters from the fifties.
"I won’t let my sons out of the house if their hair isn’t styled or gelled," she wrote. "I once posted a family photo on Instagram – I think it was Athena’s christening – and somebody commented that my boys looked like 1950s mobsters. Well, I’d rather that than looking like scruff-bags."
According to Paris, who married the 35 year old boxer in 2008, their Gypsy community "prides itself in keeping up appearance, whether it was your sparkling-clean trailer or your beautifully dressed children", adding: "Taking pride in your appearance shouldn’t depend on being conventionally slim or attractive. I reckon you can make the best of yourself, whatever your shape or size."
She then referenced her own mum Lynda Mulroy as a fine example of somebody "always fabulously turned out".
"She’s an extremely good-looking woman. From her elegant clothes and accessories to her stylish hair and make-up. Friends and family will often shower her with compliments."
In the pages of How Does She Do It? The Kids, Tyson & Me, which was published back in September, the rising star also confessed that she once considered hiring an extra pair of hands around the house, with six kids running riot at the time.
"At one stage when I was feeling particularly frazzled, I did toy with the idea of employing a nanny," Paris revealed.
"My chosen candidate came over to see the children in their home environment one afternoon and within hours she emailed me politely to rule herself out. The kids had been especially wild that day, so I could hardly blame her."
If you don't believe her, check out the family's Netflix docuseries At Home with the Furys.
Speaking of which, the famous couple have now decided to arm the nine of them with bodyguards when they're out in public due to the enormous success of the fly-on-the-wall programme.
Paris told The Sun: "We’re taking into account at the moment that it’s made the kids famous. Often, we have to employ bodyguards if we’re together in public. I frequently worry about them being kidnapped. Do we want to go down that route, because how can you live a normal life if you have a bodyguard?
"Venezuela is starting to go places by herself. She went to the races last week and had a security team. She was asking why she had a bodyguard, as she found it embarrassing."
Meanwhile, Tyson fought former UFC champion Francis Ngannou in a crossover event staged in Saudi Arabia last weekend.
Despite hitting the canvas in the third round, he came out victorious thanks to a divisive split decision from the judges.
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