Paris Fury admits she’s ‘surviving on coffee’ as she spends sleepless nights with newborn baby boy | The Sun
PARIS Fury has opened up on life following the birth of her seventh child with husband Tyson.
The 33-year-old welcomed Prince Rico on 18 September and has since been sharing insights into her life with a newborn baby boy.
Taking to her social media accounts, she revealed that she’s getting through each day with the help of some coffee.
Posting a photo of her takeaway cup from Costa coffee alongside two sweeteners, she wrote: “surviving on coffee right now,” followed by a sleeping face emoji.
No doubt that with the arrival of her little one she’s spending much of the night awake with him at the moment.
The baby boy – a sibling for Venezuala Lynda, 14, Prince John James, 11, Prince Tyson II, seven, Valencia Amber, five, Prince Adonis Amaziah, four, and Athena Amour, two – came into the world at 2.29am in September, weighing 6lb 13oz.
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Since then, Paris has been sharing details about her labour – including the fact that her 35-year-old other half was unable to make it in time for Prince Rico’s arrival.
Instead, she was supported by her mum.
Paris told OK! Magazine: “Usually he’s there by my side, but he had to bail out because he’s fully immersed in training at camp.”
She explained that the heavyweight champion was training until a few hours before Rico’s birth.
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As the labour was going slowly, it appeared as if Rico might not come into the world until the following day.
“Tyson left and my mum came in, she was my second birthing partner. His dad came in and saw him soon after,” she continued.
She went on to share that she and the baby are doing well, and being supported every step of the way by Tyson.
She explained: “My mum has been here and Tyson comes back every day, even though he’s not supposed to.
“Things are strict when he’s training. He’s not supposed to become mummy or baby minded.
“It has been a bit different sitting up and doing the night feeds on my own, but it’s just part of what we’ve got to do.”
Paris added that despite missing Tyson and doing the feeds alone for the most part, she’s on “cloud nine”.
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