‘It’s something I’ll never get over’: Paris Fury shares ‘devastating’ pain over losing two babies

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  • Paris Fury marked Friday as Baby Loss Awareness Week, detailing the pain of losing her first two babies
  • The mum-of-six endured a stillbirth when she was six months pregnant in 2014
  • Paris suffered a ‘devastating’ miscarriage in 2018 when she was eight weeks pregnant
  • She remembered that she had lost her second child in June of that year on the day of husband Tyson Fury’s return to boxing against Sefer Seferi.
  • Paris and Tyson welcomed their youngest daughter Athena in August
  • After spending several weeks in the ICU after the birth of the baby, she is now at home
  • Tyson and Paris are also parents to Venezuela, 12, Prince John James, nine, Prince Tyson II, four, Valencia, three, Prince Adonis, two

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Paris Fury has openly shared the ‘devastating’ pain she felt after losing her two children on the road to parenthood.

The 31-year-old blonde beauty, who is married to boxing champion Tyson Fury, 33, is a proud mother of six children, but in an honest Instagram post on Friday she revealed that her pregnancy hasn’t always been ‘plain sailing’.

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Marking Baby Loss Awareness Week, Paris reached out to those who have been through a similar situation, as she candidly shared how ‘lonely’ she felt after experiencing both a miscarriage and stillbirth.

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Heartbreak: Paris Fury apparently touched on how she previously experienced two ‘devastating’ miscarriages to mark Baby Loss Awareness Week (pictured on Instagram on Friday – Paris and a yawning Tyson sleeping with youngest daughter Athena) was being)

Paris shared a sweet photo of herself and husband Tyson, yawning in bed together, with their youngest daughter Athena lying on her famous father’s chest.

She added a long caption alongside the precious family photo, as she revealed: ‘Last week has been a whirlwind but I’m so happy to be back home in Morecambe with the kids, yes all six of them!

‘Even from a young age I always knew I wanted a big family – it’s in my blood because my grandmother had eight – and my confidence as a mother has grown with each child, I found a routine And I know what works for us.’

Paris shares children Venezuela, 12, with Prince John James, nine, Prince Tyson II, four, Valencia, three, Prince Adonis, two, and Athena, two months, with husband Tyson.

Family: Blonde beauty and boxing champion Tyson is the parents of six children

Family: Blonde beauty and boxing champion Tyson is the parents of six children

Opening: Paris shared a long caption with her followers to mark Baby Loss Awareness Week on social media

Opening: Paris shared a long caption with her followers to mark Baby Loss Awareness Week on social media

Paris shares her experience of miscarriage, as she said: ‘I know people from the outside look at our big family and believe we’ve never struggled to have kids, but since it’s #BabyLossAwarenessWeek , so I want to share something about my story. It hasn’t always been plain sailing.

‘Very sad that we lost two children which was devastating for both of us and my heart goes out to everyone who has suffered this.’

Revealing that she shares more details about the couple’s loss in her upcoming memoir, Paris continued: ‘I write about it in Love and Fury and it’s something I never really get over’ But I was lucky enough to have Tyson and the rest of my family around to support me.

‘It can be a very lonely experience for many people. Thinking of all affected xx this week.’

Paris gave birth to the couple’s youngest daughter, Athena, in August.

After her birth, Total was in and out of intensive care and needed a ventilator to help her breathe. Tyson kept fans updated at the time and insisted that his little girl was ‘fine’, giving Athena the green light to go home after a few weeks.

Brood: Paris and Tyson are the proud parents of Venezuela, 12, Prince John James, nine, Prince Tyson II, four, Valencia, three, Prince Adonis, two, and Athena, two months

Brood: Paris and Tyson are the proud parents of Venezuela, 12, Prince John James, nine, Prince Tyson II, four, Valencia, three, Prince Adonis, two, and Athena, two months

Difficult birth: After her arrival, baby Athena was forced to spend several weeks in intensive care on a ventilator, but has since been given the green light to go home.

Difficult birth: After her arrival, baby Athena was forced to spend several weeks in intensive care on a ventilator, but has since been given the green light to go home.

This isn’t the first time Paris has spoken about her experience…

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