Tyson and Paris Fury have ‘secret nanny’ regularly seen on Netflix show

Tyson and Paris Fury reportedly have a nanny to help out with their six kids.

Gabrielle Briggs, 25, a former teaching assistant can be spotted lurking in the background of some scenes of At Home With The Fury's which is a brand new documentary series about the Fury family on Netflix.

However, despite her popping up here and there during the show, Gabrielle is not acknowledged during the series.

In the past two years, Paris has shut down any rumours that she may have an extra pair of hands when it comes to childcare but a source has told The Mirror that the pair now have a nanny whose presence is never explained in the documentary series.

The source said: "Paris and Tyson do now have a nanny, she often takes the kids to and from school. The odd thing is that she is never introduced, and her presence never explained."

Gabrielle appears many times in the hit show as she crops up during a family dinner with Tommy and Molly-Mae Hague.

She is also seen at Athen's christening at the Midland hotel.

The source added: "Obviously there's no shame in needing a bit of help, especially when you have six kids, but the impression created is that Tyson and Paris wanted to keep that quiet, and would rather people thought Paris does all the heavy-lifting."

Just this week, Paris hit back at a fan who accused her of using "nannies to bring up her children."

On her Instagram story, Paris replied and said: "I've seen so many of these kind of posts today, so let me state clearly! I don't have a nanny or cleaners. I look after my own children day in day out.

"I wash, dress, feed and care for them. Like many other mothers. For my own reasons we don't have this. But why does it matter if we did or didn't. Be kind people.

"And support each other instead of this kind of negativity towards what any caring parent does."

Tyson and Paris live in a luscious mansion in Lancashire and share six kids, with a seventh arriving soon.

They have sons Prince John James, ten, Prince Tyson Fury II, six, and Prince Adonis Amaziah, four, and daughters Venezuela, 13, Valencia Amber, five, and Athena, two.

The parents have stayed tight-lipped about the prospect of a second series of their documentary but Paris told OK: "We've had conversations with the buzz that has come from the first one and Netflix fancy a number two, so we're talking and we're nearly there."

OK! has reached out to Paris Fury's representatives for comment.

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