Paris Fury has shown off her new engagement ring, which Tyson Fury proposed to her for the third time.
While the pair, who have six children and are expecting a seventh, married in 2008, the heavyweight champion boxer, 35, like to keep their relationship alive.
Tyson shocked Paris, now 33, on her birthday in France by asking her to marry him again, which was written in chocolate on a platter and accompanied by a sparkler.
He then opened a ring box, as seen in the Netflix documentary At Home With The Furys, and stunned Paris with the jewellery, which is said to be worth £500,000.
Paris, of course, said yes, but Tyson revealed he was afraid she might say no despite their 15-year marriage.
He told the programme makers: ‘She’ll probably say no with my luck. There’s always a doubt in my mind whether Paris will wanna marry me again for the third time. I wouldn’t say I’m scared but I’m a little bit nervous.’
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Paris met Tyson for the first time at a mutual friend’s wedding in 2005, when they were 15 and 17, respectively.
They didn’t start dating until a year later, after her 16th birthday, when they were reunited by a friend.
In November 2008, two years after they began dating, the pair married in a ceremony attended by 300 guests at a church in Doncaster, South Yorkshire.
Tyson and Paris welcomed their first child, a girl named Venezuela, the following year.
They have two daughters, Valencia and Athena, and three boys, Prince John James, Prince Tyson II, and Prince Adonis, with a seventh expected in September.
At Home With The Furys follows Tyson as he returns from boxing retirement, with Paris brilliantly taking care of the family amid the pandemonium, while Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague, both 24, start on their first journey as first-time parents.
While the first season was well-received by spectators, Tyson allegedly declined a second season because he thought the cameras to be too invasive on his personal life.
At Home With The Furys is available to stream on Netflix.
Source My Celebrity Life.