Tyson Fury’s wife Paris has opened up on two ‘devastating’ miscarriages she suffered, insisting just because they have six children it doesn’t mean fertility has been an easy road for the pair.

Paris shares children Venezuela, Prince John James, Prince Tyson, Valencia Amber, Prince Adonis, and Athena, born in August, with boxer Tyson, recently sharing their journey with Athena after she was admitted to the intensive care unit and placed on a ventilator following her birth.

Opening up on her previous pregnancy loss to mark Baby Loss Awareness Week – alongside stars including Tana Ramsay, Lorraine Kelly and Myleene Klass – Paris shared her story with a sweet photo of her cuddling up to a yawning Tyson with baby Athena laying on his chest.

She wrote on Instagram: ‘The last week has been a whirlwind but I’m so happy to back home in Morecambe with the kids, yes all six of them!

‘Even from a young age I always knew I wanted big family – it’s in my bloodline after all as my Granny had eight – and with every baby my confidence as a mum has increased, I’ve got a routine and I know what works for us.

‘I know from the outside people see our big family and assume we’ve never struggled to have children, but as it’s #BabyLossAwarenessWeek I wanted to share a little bit about our story as it hasn’t always been plain sailing.’

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She went on: ‘Very sadly we lost two babies which was just devastating to both of us and my heart goes out to anyone who has suffered the same.

‘I write about this in Love & Fury and it’s something I’ll never really get over, but I was lucky I had Tyson and the rest of my family around to support me.

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

The couple recently returned home to the UK following Tyson’s KO victory over Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas last week.

The Fury-Wilder rivalry started in 2018 and Paris is glad her husband can finally move on from the American, who she believes should now walk away from the sport.

‘Clearly he [Wilder] is a tough man, but he’s not tough enough,’ Paris Fury told iFL TV.

‘Three times [in a row] now. Maybe he’ll shut up now, go home and go to bed. I’ll be polite but we don’t want to hear that man’s name again.

‘Let him go and do something else, do something else that he’s good at. He’s not good at boxing clearly.’

Sands UK charity

Sands UK is a stillbirth and neonatal death charity, which works to reduce the number of babies dying and to ensure that those affected by the loss of a baby receives the best possible care for as long as they need it.

The charity aims to better understand the causes of baby deaths and works with governments and other organisations to raise awareness of issues surrounding baby loss.

Sands provides bereavement support at a local and national level.

Please visit the Sands UK website for more information and contact details.

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