Tyson and Paris Fury have progressed from childhood sweethearts to a life of luxury, complete with pricey automobiles, fashionable items, and international trips.
While estimates vary, the boxer’s net worth is said to be over £48 million, with others estimating it as high as £130 million.
With six children and a seventh on the way, the couple has had to relocate many times to accommodate their growing family, with viewers getting a glimpse inside their current Morecambe house on the Netflix series At Home With the Furys.
Although Tyson and Paris have voiced fear that they may have to relocate if strangers begin to show up at their family home, as has previously occurred, their present home has been outfitted with all the amenities they require, as well as several personal touches.
Their family relocated into the house two years ago in his hometown of Morecambe.
They first upgraded from a five-bedroom, four-bathroom property in the region worth more than £550,000, valued at $1.7 million.
Tyson Fury: The Gipsy King, a three-part ITV documentary set to air in 2020, detailed why they chose to stay in Morecambe.
‘People say to me, “Why don’t you live in California or America?” – why would I?’ he explained.
‘Why would I abandon my own country for a bit of money and some fame?
‘I love it. I would never leave Morecambe. It’s true beauty. If the weather was better, every house here would be a million quid.’
Their present residence has expensive Versace décor, thrones for the couple, and a custom driveway with a painting devoted to the “Gipsy King.”
Several rooms have been featured in the documentary series, including the couple’s master suite, which has panoramic windows trimmed with velour drapes and a big Versace bed with plenty of gold decorations.
The family definitely loves Versace, since several of them are seen wearing Versace bathrobes while being recorded.
Tyson also spent £3,000 on identical costumes for him and his children in 2021, with Paris uploading a snapshot on social media and saying that her family ‘looked like a Versace advert’ while out together.
Other features of the property include a massive wooden staircase in the heart of the entry hallway, as well as a grand piano adjacent, despite the fact that no one in the family can play the instrument.
In the series, the family is frequently shown meeting in their kitchen, which has a mix of wood cabinets and marble worktops.
While the couple dresses their children in luxury clothes, and Paris frequently posts images of them dressed up on social media, she has made it clear that she does not want them to grow up entitled.
In one episode, Paris informed her eldest daughter Venezuela that she would not be’sponging off’ her parents and that she would have to plan for her future.
Her 13-year-old daughter was told that she “can’t just scrape willy-nilly all through life,” and that “a proper person wouldn’t want to live off their family all their life.”
Tyson and Paris have six children: Venezuela, Valencia, and Athena, as well as Prince John James, Prince Tyson II, and Prince Adonis.
Last week, Paris posted a snapshot of her children playing outside, stating that life in their home was “definitely more school runs and chaos than glamour in the Fury household.”
‘My house and family are at the core of what I do, as they are for any Mam, I believe. I’m a busy, hands-on mom with kids to raise and a home to run.
‘In my eyes there’s nothing more important than being a loyal wife and a good mother, and I work really hard to ensure that Tyson and the kids are properly looked after.’
She added that her family’s welfare and well-being mattered more to her than ‘anything else on earth’.
At Home with the Furys is streaming on Netflix.
Source My Celebrity Life.