Paris Fury insists that she is so secure in her marriage to Tyson Fury that she doesn’t mind being publicly slammed by female fans.
The couple met in 2005 and married three years later in 2008, and Paris, 31, says women aren’t jealous when they want to hug the 33-year-old boxer.
He said Sun: ‘These girls who come up to Tyson’ [in public], they don’t bother me. I don’t get jealous.
‘If Brad Pitt comes here now, I’m holding him and hugging him – that doesn’t mean I want to have a relationship with him!’
Loved-up: Paris Fury, 31, insists she’s so secure within her marriage to Tyson Fury that she doesn’t mind female fans in public (after her fight against Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas on Saturday). later pictured with Tyson)
Paris and Tyson now share children Venezuela, 12, Prince John James, nine, Prince Tyson II, four, Valencia, three, Prince Adonis, two, Athena, nine weeks, together.
The wife of the self-styled Gypsy King said they were originally planning 10 children, but Paris is now cautious about having another child after she was placed on a ventilator in intensive care following the birth of Athena in August this year.
However, Paris is predicting that she will become a grandmother in the next five years, before she reaches the age of 40.
Life in the limelight: Paris says women aren’t jealous when they want to hug a boxer
She said of daughter Venezuela: ‘I almost died when she called me “Granny Paris”. It has killed me for being 30 years old, no matter the grandparents. It shocked me, as she’s told me over the years: “I don’t have kids. I’m not getting married.”
‘I think there’s an advantage to settling into puberty – I’m not saying as young as I was, but we’ll see. We have strong traditions as traveling people. While I hope that my children will get married, I would never want them to think that they have only one option in life.’
Meanwhile, Tyson has claimed that all six of his children will follow him in the boxing ring.
Happy couple: Paris tells The Sun: ‘these young women who come up to Tyson’ [in public], they don’t bother me. I don’t get jealous
Speaking ahead of his victorious fight against Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas on Saturday night, he told Wow Hydrate: ‘They’re all going to box because even though they’re not going to be boxers, it will give them respect for life. teaches.’
Tyson and his family move their time between the UK and the US, where they often live in their Vegas home.
When he and Paris brought baby Athena home from the hospital in late August, the player flew back to America to prepare for their fight.
Gypsy King; Tyson has claimed that all six of his children will follow him in the boxing ring, saying it teaches him ‘respect for life’ even if he does not fight professionally
And he said that he isolates himself from the world, including wife Paris, to prepare himself for battle.
He explained: ‘When I have a big fight, I go to training camp without kids, without a wife, just training perfectly. I turn off my phone. I haven’t received any phone calls.
‘I don’t want to know what’s happening at home because I’m in a different mood when I go to that training camp. I don’t want to see anyone. I don’t want to know anything other than boxing.
Family affair: Paris and Tyson share children Venezuela, 12, Prince John James, nine, Prince Tyson II, four, Valencia, three, Prince Adonis, two, Athena, nine weeks, together
Tyson retained his WBC heavyweight title with a TKO on Wilder in the 11th round on Saturday night in Las Vegas.
With the victory, he also wins the trilogy between the pair.
The boxer adorned a weary Wilder for the third time in the night, and the referee stopped the bout without a count in 1 minute, 10 seconds of the 11th.
‘I’m made of pig iron and steel, baby,’ he said after the fight, crediting Wilder with being the “second best” heavyweight in the world. ‘I’m not going to make excuses. Wilder is a tough fighter, he gave me a real run for the money …