Tyson Fury is a champion fighter – and he has made sure he lives like a king with an incredible, sprawling mansion that he shares with his wife, Paris, and their six children.
The 34-year-old champion boxer and his 31-year-old wife Paris, regulatory treat their adoring fans to sneak peeks and glimpses inside their incredible home in Morecambe, Lancashire.
Over on Instagram, Paris often shares snaps in and around their mansion – which includes bespoke artwork, dramatic chandeliers, and huge family dining tables.
Tyson and Paris who welcomed a daughter named Athena last year are also proud parents to daughters Venezuela and Valencia, and three sons who are all called Prince – and the happy family appear to love life together in their stunning home.
Taking to Instagram recently, Paris showed fans the fairytale bedroom that her youngest children sleep in.
Paris Fury has granted fans access to the inside of her family home via Instagram ( Image: Instagram)
Photographs showed the tots enjoy staring in luxuriously padded beds, have a television on the wall, while the walls themselves are covered in a mesmerising mural which includes forest scenes, a princesses carriage, a magical palace and unicorns.
Showing off the room to fans, Paris wrote: “The little ones nursery, I love the amazing paint work by @annienewmanartist just had to share the beautiful details in photo, which don’t do it justice!
“So pleased with the special things we can do for our kids. Thanks again @annienewmanartist. Beds from @theluxurybedcompany FYI.”
Paris shared photos of her children’s magical bedroom ( Image: Instagram)
While the kids clearly have amazing rooms of their own, Paris also showed fans the incredible walk-in wardrobe that she gets to enjoy herself.
Photos shared online show huge floor to ceiling wardrobes and a huge chest of drawers.
While plenty of mirrored surfaces will ensure the young mum is able to see how great she looks while she is getting ready.
Paris’s own room includes a giant walk-in wardrobe ( Image: Instagram)
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