Tyson Fury's wife Paris is snapped with her wedding ring back on after boxer admitted he was in her bad books

TYSON Fury’s wife Paris has been pictured wearing her wedding ring again just days after removing it following images of the boxer soaking up female attention in America.

The champ admitted he was in his wife’s bad books as she remained at home pregnant and looking after four of their children – but it seems she’s had a change of heart.

The 31-year-old was seen wearing the huge sparkler as she ran errands yesterday at the couple’s home in Morecambe.

She later revealed she was spending the night in a hotel,as she shared a picture of herself getting room service.

Tyson meanwhile addressed the situation on Instagram yesterday as he continues to train across the pond ahead of his big fight with Anthony Joshua. 

He wrote: "Looks like the GK is in Mrs Paris Fury's bad books!

"Wedding ring off."

He also posted the heartbroken emoji and played the song 'Heartbroken' by T2 on his story.

Paris sparked speculation that all was not well in the Fury camp last week when she removed her ring – and shared a picture of her hand, with her ring finger covered by an emoji. 

In another snap she showed her freshly-painted nails, once again without her wedding ring on.

It came just days after Tyson was spotted lapping up the female attention in Miami as he took a break from training with his younger brother Tommy.

The WBC heavyweight champion happily let female fans slather him all over with suntan oil as they got hands-on with the Gypsy King.

Tyson is training ahead of his heavy weight clash against Joshua,  which will take place in Saudi Arabia on August 7 or 14, promoter Eddie Hearn has confirmed.

After seeing our pictures, Tyson took to Instagram to insist all was well, writing: “I took a thousand pics yesterday at Fountain Blue but they only show the girls, haha."

He also said his relationship with wife Paris was a solid as ever and posted a picture of him posing happily with his family.

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