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Love and Fury: The Magic and Mayhem of Life with Tyson

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I thoroughly enjoyed this memoir by Paris Fury. Her honesty throughout was admirable, and staying true to her roots, I found this educational for many reasons. Gypsy Queen to the Gypsy King, Tyson Fury's wife Paris reveals the magical highs and epic lows of life with the Heavyweight Boxing World Champion, as she shares their life story and what keeps them strong through the good times - and the bad. This was another great biography. I have followed Tyson Fury for the last couple of years, after reading his books and watching their documentary in 2020 and at first had judged him as someone I wasn't interested in but when I read his books my opinion changed, and even more so when I saw his documentary. I realised that no matter how much money and fame he has, he still has his own issues and is still very down to earth.

The 33 year old flashed a smile at photographers before pouting, as she proudly showed off her new book, which focuses on how Paris manages to keep her busy household running while look after her and Tyson's growing brood. Paris speaks honestly about her baby loss, the growing intrusion from the media and how she just feels like an everyday mum to a large and growing family. She’s remarkably tough and inspirational. I admire her standards and strength. I thoroughly enjoyed Paris’s autobiography. She has always come across as very grounded to me and that was further enhanced by her story. I was pleasantly surprised by this book though. Paris, the wife of Tyson, recounts her history of growing up in a "Traveller" community, which is a "Gypsy" community. One thing I really liked about this book was learning about the traditional Traveller ways of life, their traditions, and the expectations of those in this lifestyle. If you are thinking "My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding", think again. Paris even says that; that show is very different than how she grew up. To me, she grew up in a very close knit community, who is misunderstood, but have their own world to exist in.She learnt her great home-making skills in her Gypsy childhood and here she shares all about daily life with the big Fury family and what works to keep life running - from Whooping cough is a bacterial infection of the lungs and breathing tubes and, if it develops in babies aged under six months, can cause complications such as dehydration, breathing difficulties, pneumonia and seizures. Balancing day-to-day parenting with Tyson alongside his boxing career, she is open about the stresses that go along with all the travel, fun and excitement. Paris Fury looked glamorous as she arrived at BBC Breakfast at Media City Salford on Thursday morning (Image: Splash News) Read More Related Articles

Alongside the big 2023 Netflix release At Home with the Furys, bestselling author of Love and Fury Paris Fury reveals the answers to the question she's always asked. How does she manage life as a hands-on mother to six children, as well as supporting world heavyweight husband Tyson, while still looking amazing and finding time for herself? Looking after six children, keeping house, while being there for her World Heavyweight husband Tyson, still looking amazing - and finding time for herself - is just a shortlist of what she manages.When Tyson's struggles with depression, OCD and alcohol have threatened to overwhelm them, she has held them together, and helped to see Tyson through to the greatest boxing victories. Covering the highs and lows of life, Paris shared her most private and proudest moments. This wasn’t a glorified book based on her celebrity status, this was raw, emotional and brave. My husband doesn’t usually get involved with my bookish life, but he too was gripped to this. I am not a huge boxing fan, but when Tyson started openly speaking about Mental Health, he caught my attention, as well as his ever supportive wife Paris.

Opening up in her new memoir, Paris, 31, shared the tough start to life her older sibling had and how Romain's condition taught her just how important it is to "support and protect" family. I really hope Paris continues to thrive on her own merits. It’s become very evidential that she is so much more than a boxer’s wife! Finding time for herself too, Paris's incredible can-do, ready-for-anything attitude is a real inspiration to us all.

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