Paris Fury, the wife of boxing champion Tyson Fury, tells the heartbreaking story of her two miscarriages.

Paris Fury, the wife of heavyweight boxing champion Tyson Fury, has spoken out about her two ‘devastating’ miscarriages, stressing that fertility hasn’t been easy for her despite their children.

Venezuela, Prince John James, Prince Tyson, Valencia Amber, Prince Adonis, and Athena are Paris and Tyson’s children.

Athena, the last child, was brought to the intensive care unit and put on a r shortly after her birth, just months before Tyson Fury’s bout with Deontay Wilder, in which the British boxer knocked out his American opponent this week.

On Friday, October 15, she commented on Instagram about cuddling up to a yawning Tyson Fury with baby Athena laying on his chest, saying:

‘It’s been a whirlwind of a week, but I’m so happy to be back in Morecambe with the kids, all six of them!’

‘Even as a child, I knew I wanted a large family – after all, my Granny had eight – and with each baby, my confidence as a mother has grown; I’ve established a pattern and know what works for us.’

‘I know and from the outside, people see our large family and assume that we’ve never battled to have children, but since it’s #BabyLossAwarenessWeek, I wanted to share a little bit about our journey because it may not always be easy.’

‘Unfortunately, we lost two babies, which was tragic to both of us, and my heart goes out to anyone who has experienced the same,’ she continued.

‘I wrote about that in Love & Fury, and it’s something I’ll never fully recover from, but I was fortunate to have Tyson and the rest of my family by my side.

‘For many people, it may be a really lonely experience. This week, I’m thinking of everyone who has been impacted xx.’


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