Paris Fury jets home to newborn son after admitting she felt like 'the worst mum' for leaving him to support Tyson | The Sun

SHE left her newborn "bubble" behind to support husband Tyson in Saudi Arabia.

But now Paris Fury is sure to be excited to jet home to baby Rico – especially since Tyson beat Francis Ngannou in their highly-anticipated match.

The mum-of-seven had admitted she felt like the "world's worst mother" for leaving the five-week-old tot, telling iFL TV: "I feel like the world’s worst mother for leaving him at home."

"But, my mum is watching him, so can’t get no better."

She also revealed the trip was a fleeting one, adding: "I’m only here for the four nights, so I don’t feel too bad of a mam."

Paris is believed to already be on her way home, after falling silent on her social media pages.

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The video interview was shared on YouTube, with people taking to the comments section to weigh in.

And the majority insisted Paris had nothing to worry about when it comes to her parenting skills.

"You can just tell that she's a brilliant mum," one wrote.

As another added: "No one can accuse her of being a bad mother, that documentary showed that she’s done most of the raising of their kids on her own.

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"She’s a great mum & seems like a genuine person."

"Paris is the champ in the Fury household," a third insisted.

"Six children and just had another baby a few weeks ago. She is a real homemaker and doesn't complain.

"Total respect for her."

"Seven kids is just crazy," someone else wrote.

"Tyson better be grateful to God he has an old school queen and support system behind him."

"She keeps the family together, good on the lady," another praised.

Elsewhere in the interview, Paris spoke about the things Tyson has missed out on due to his boxing career – with Rico's birth being one of them.

"He has made serious sacrifices in his life – he's sacrificed numerous things that people never see, people don't know about," she said.

"As a family we've done it and Tyson's missed certain great occasions and parts of life.

"But look at where he is and look what he's done for his family, so you can't knock it."

And things aren't stopping for Tyson anytime soon – despite Paris' wishes that he'll retire in the near future.

"He's going to come home for a week and then hopefully step into camp straight away," she said.

"It's a lot for the human body to take on – training straight back to back, but I know he can do it."

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While in Saudi Arabia, Paris joined Tyson at a gala dinner with some of the world's biggest heavyweight champions, before supporting him as he took on Ngannou.

And despite the fact that Tyson was floored by Ngannou in the third round, he still emerged victorious – in what has been deemed a controversial split-decision win.

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