My pampered kids cringe when I sift through the sale rail but I can’t resist Poundland, says pregnant Paris Fury | The Sun

PARIS Fury has admitted she's just like the rest of us when it comes to a good bargain and can't resist the sale rail, even if her kids can't stand it.

The pregnant mum-of-six told Fabulous how she manages to embarrass her bumper brood just like any other mum.

Despite living in a home with six bathrooms and a whopping £50k walk-in shoe closet, the mum still loves to shop at Asda, B&M and Poundland.

"I've turned into my mother," say Paris. "I stand and now my daughter is me cringing when I'm at the sale rail."

"And I'm buying Asda pyjamas that are only £3. I can't help it, it's just me."

People are often shocked the mum shops at Asda, but she doesn't see why.


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"People say: 'Oh, you shop in Asda?' or wherever I might go. But where else do you think I go?

"Here [Morcombe] there's not many options, but I like being here. I think it's just normal," she says.

Paris says she doesn't want to spoil her kids and plans to bring them up to be grounded.

"Where we came from, you know that you can't always have everything and things are limited," she explains.

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"And I'm aware of this and with my kids, I'm bringing them up how I was brought up which is what people find so strange."

"We go to the pound shop, you go to Asda and get your shopping, and get your own stuff, no one's going to bring it to you."

Despite being married to one of the world's most famous boxer's she wants her kids to know the value of money.

"We saw no reason to stop shopping in Asda and Home Bargains, and
we had no immediate plans to swap our family home –
which we loved, despite the increasing lack of space – for a
mansion house."

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