Paris Fury has said that she was ‘dreading’ a certain point in her new docu-series with her husband Tyson Fury, when she believed that she comes out ‘very awful’.
At Home With the Furys, a nine-episode Netflix series, takes fans behind the scenes of the couple’s hectic existence, from their six children at home to the boxer’s retraction of his retirement.
The show also features Tyson’s brother Tommy Fury and his now-fiancée Molly-Mae Hague, who disclose they’re having a child together before welcoming their daughter Bambi in January of this year.
During a recent interview, Tyson, 35, and Paris, 33, were questioned about a specific time during shooting when the heavyweight champion contacted his father, John Fury, 59, and asked if he fancied a last-minute trip to Pompeii.
When Paris learned of her husband’s plans, she persuaded him to take her instead, resulting in Tyson falsely telling his father – who had already packed his luggage – that all flights had been cancelled.
When asked about that whole saga, Paris instantly recoiled at the memory, exclaiming: ‘I am so dreading that. I’m dreading this. I think I come out pretty bad.’
Meanwhile, Tyson said that there was a silver lining to the story… since they were able to visit Pompeii earlier this year.
‘The only bonus to it. We have been this year, early April, we went to Pompeii,’ he shared.
‘So we actually did it, and I’m glad we didn’t do it on the series because it wasn’t what I expected it to be. Although it was fantastic, but it just wasn’t what we were expecting.’
During the episode in question, Tyson admits to the camera that his “worst characteristic” is his “spur-of-the-moment” nature, stating that he’s “extremely spontaneous when it comes to doing anything.”
The boxer describes how he’s always wanted to see the historic ruins of Pompeii, which were destroyed by the explosion of Mount Vesuvius in 79AD… So he immediately phones his father and asks if he wants to go on vacation with him the next day.
John assures his son that he will be ready, before revealing to the camera that because Tyson’s thinking ‘changes so much,’ he says yes’straight immediately’ to every proposition made to him.
‘I’ll hold you to it, you know. Don’t tell me lies – if you’re not going, say,’ John tells Tyson over the phone.
‘I’m not telling you lies, I’ll have a look for some flights,’ Tyson promises.
When Paris returns home and learns what Tyson has suggested to his father, she is less than happy.
‘How long have I said I wanted to go to Pompeii?’ she says to her husband. ‘Five years, six years. And you was going to go without me. I can’t believe you picked your dad over me in the first place.’
As a result, Tyson changes tactics and calls his father, telling him that all flights from Manchester to Pompeii have been cancelled.
‘I don’t feel guilty that my dad’s not going to Pompeii now. I’ll pretend the flights are cancelled. He’ll never know anything about it,’ Tyson says… while John is shown packing up his stuff and putting his suitcase in his car, all ready to go.
‘Can’t wait to get on that plane, tell you the truth,’ he shares, before being given any indication that the trip isn’t on.
Calling up his dad, Tyson informs him: ‘Right, got some bad news. We’re not going. The flights have been cancelled from Manchester. Typical innit?’
While a clearly disappointed John tells his son that there’s ‘nothing you can do’, he then adds: ‘That is sickening. Rushing around, getting ready, doing this, that and the other. All packed, my bags are in the car. Then a late phone call, we’re not going.’
After they finish talking, John admits that he is furious with Tyson and “gutted” that he would no longer be making the trip, but “that’s what he does.”
‘He’ll ring up one minute, “It’s on,” and then, “It’s not.” Bit gutted you know. Cause I build myself up, rush around 100 miles an hour, getting stuff done, and all of a sudden you’re not going,’ he states.
Finally, it was discovered that there were no flights to Pompeii. What a surprise!
‘Nothing’s ever booked,’ Paris says during the episode. ‘Anything we ever book, we don’t get to go on. I’d say nine times out of 10 if we book something, more than three days in advance, we don’t go. And I really do think that comes down to Tyson.
‘I think that comes down to his… he’s bipolar. I’m starting to become more active with the word because I know it’s what triggers it.’
Paris adds that she ‘just rolls with it’, because it ‘gets them nowhere’ if she argues.
‘I’ve learnt to live with that side of things, and our last-minute holidays are always the best,’ she says.
At Home With The Furys is available to watch on Netflix.
Source My Celebrity Life.