WITH her tumbling blonde locks, trim figure and pearly white smile, it’s no wonder Paris Fury caught the eye of her famous boxer husband, Tyson.
And the 30-year-old has built a following of her own, as she treats her 469,000 Instagram fans to a peek inside her luxurious life at the sportsman's side.
Paris has enjoyed a boost in popularity recently thanks to her tireless efforts to work up a sweat every morning with her hubby.
Since lockdown started in March, Paris has joined Tyson for daily gruelling workouts on Instagram Live.
The adorable couple even received a Heroes for Humanity award for diligently working out every day with their followers.
When she’s not working out, the blonde bombshell enjoys a life of luxury with her famous boxer husband and their impressive brood of five children.
We take a closer look at her jet set lifestyle – from doting on the kids at home in Morecambe Bay to cheering Tyson on from the side of the ring in Las Vegas…
Home sweet home
Despite her husband’s worldwide boxing fame, the couple live in a modest £550,000 home in Morecambe Bay.
Tyson was raised in the seaside town and the couple remain faithful to their roots.
Paris and Tyson have an impressively large brood of five children: Venezuela, 10, Prince John James, eight, Prince Tyson Fury II, three, Valencia Amber, two, and Prince Adonis Amaziah, who turns one this year.
The Fury family also owns an enormous mansion in Marbella. Although the price of the pad is unknown, properties of a similar size in the popular Spanish holiday destination go for around £6million.
The palatial Spanish property is an architectural sight to behold, featuring huge stone columns, a huge courtyard, fountains and more.
Lucky Paris gets to frequently jet around the world with her hot-shot hubby, diligently watching each and every one of his boxing matches from beside the ring.
She and the kids frequently fly to far-flung destinations like LA and Las Vegas to accompany Tyson to his fights.
The whole family make the most of the trips abroad, squeezing in everything from shopping sprees on notoriously posh shopping hotspot Rodeo Drive to days out at Disney World.
And that's not all – the couple also enjoy taking luxurious holidays together.
Last year, the couple flew to Prague and posed in front of Le Palais Art Hotel, where luxury suites start at £436-a-night.
However, in the past the blonde beauty has been banned from spending time with her beau ahead of his fights.
Prior to Tyson's huge rematch against Deontay Wilder in February, Paris told IFL TV reporters she was banned from his Las Vegas accommodation.
She said: “I’ve been barred from the house. I don’t quite understand.
“The boys are all there and they’ve all said it’s a serious fight.
“But I don’t think they realise that I’ve been here for 11 years and I understand all the rules and regulations of nights before fights, so I’m just going along with it."
Dining out in style
Though Paris and Tyson are renowned for staying down to earth, living in a modest home and browsing bargain shops, they love to rub shoulders with the A-list in top-end restaurants.
When visiting the US, Paris visited notoriously celeb-backed eateries Beverly Hills Four Seasons and Bottega Louie.
Back in England, the glam mum loves Essex favourite Sheesh and Manchester's Menagerie, where she celebrated her 30th birthday.
The classy eatery is also a fave of Justin Timberlake, Denise Van Outen and Kevin Hart.
Tyson surprised his wife of 12 years with a delicious three-tier cake.
Paris revealed on Instagram: "He even stole my cake makers number out my phone and ordered my favourite lemon cake."
Top-to-toe designer clothes
If there’s one thing Paris can’t resist, it’s designer clobber. From shoes to scarves, heels to dresses, her wardrobe is chock-a-block with clothes from high-end brands.
The fashionable mum has a particular soft spot for Chanel, flashing a pair of stylish gold metallic trainers, £750, on Instagram.
She has previously dazzled followers with a £180 Moschino belt and Fendi Mama Baguette bag, worth £1,850.
Paris is rarely seen without a bit of arm candy – and we’re not talking about her hunky husband.
The blonde bombshell doesn't leave the house without taking one of her many designer handbags.
Her enviable handbag collection includes seven Chanel 2.55 bags in black, white, green, pink, yellow, blue and red, each of which retail for around £4,362.
Despite owning an eye-wateringly expensive handbag collection, Paris and Tyson stay grounded by shopping in discount stores like Home Bargains even though they have millions in the bank.
In an interview shortly after Tyson’s £30 million win over Deontay Wilder, Paris said, “We already have X amount in the bank. It’s a funny one, but getting any more isn’t going to change us.”
Paris is showered with gifts by her millionaire husband. The professional fighter has previously gifted his doting wife with a Givenchy denim jacket, purchased in Marbella's Puerto Banus while the two were holidaying together.
Previously, romantic Tyson splashed out on a pair of bright pink Saint Laurent Tribute platform sandals, worth £700, and baby pink Christian Louboutin Very Prive pumps, £595, for his lucky lady.
Both Paris and Tyson came from humble beginnings. Paris was raised as a traveller in Doncaster, South Yorkshire, while Tyson had a similar upbringing in Wythenshaw, Manchester.
Before they struck rich, Tyson popped the question with a plastic engagement ring while saving up for the real thing.
Speaking in footage aired for his Gypsy King documentary earlier this year, Tyson explained, "It took me three years to save up to get married."
We previously took a look inside Tyson and Paris' kids' incredible designer wardrobes with Louis Vuitton bags and head-to-toe Givenchy.
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