Paris and Tyson Fury have now stated that they may have to relocate due to fan harassment.
Cameras recently accompanied the couple and their six children for the nine-part Netflix series, At Home With the Furys, which took audiences behind the scenes of their hectic existence.
Many events played out at their enormous £1.7 million property in his hometown of Morecambe, which they moved into two years ago.
While the series has been a big hit, the pair has now spoken out about the effects they are concerned about having on their family.
When questioned about the possibility of a second season, the boxer indicated he wanted to see how his personal life would be affected first.
‘Lets see the repercussions of number one and how many people turn up to the house because it affects life,’ he said.
‘Well, with having a billion extra people watching you on TV, of course it will,’ he added when speaking to OK!
He mentioned Tyson Fury: The Gipsy King, a 2019 documentary, and how the spotlight on the family following that production drove them to relocate.
‘I think we’ll probably have to move again like we had to after the ITV documentary a few years ago,’ he said.
‘Loads of people kept turning up to the house and ringing the door at 4am.
‘What people don’t understand is, that being famous it’s not a pleasurable thing to be absolutely honest.’
He added: ‘When you try to go to Greggs for a sandwich, it’s not great being bombarded, or when you’re trying to buy a pair of trainers from a sports shop. When you’re on a family day out and you don’t get any time, you’ve just got people hanging all over you.’
Tyson said that people ‘don’t always’ respect their privacy, which made it difficult on occasions like date night where he just wanted to spend time with Paris.
‘You’re with your wife on a date night and you don’t want to speak to a million people. There’s no leaving us alone,’ he shared.
While Paris acknowledged they ‘anticipated all of this’ when saying yes to being followed by cameras for the show, they would have to ‘live it first and see how it rolls’.
‘People knowing who you are and where you live can be hard sometimes,’ she said
‘I hope people will watch the show and realise we’re just a normal family.’
However, jumping in Tyson did joke that: ‘But we’re not a normal family, we’re on TV. We’re a celebrity family and this show is going to make it a million times worse, well not a million, say 500 million worse!’
The pair, who have been married since 2008, previously resided in a £550k property in Morecombe before relocating to their £1.7 million mansion seen on the episode.
They have six children: Venezuela, Valencia, and Athena, as well as males Prince John James, Prince Tyson II, and Prince Adonis, with a seventh expected in September.
At Home with the Furys is streaming on Netflix.
Source My Celebrity Life.