Paris Fury documents hospital trip before giving birth – with monogrammed luggage

Paris Fury has shared a snap of her trip to the hospital, hours before giving birth to her seventh child.

Paris and her boxing champ husband Tyson Fury, welcomed a baby boy just a few days ago, with the mum-of-seven now sharing a pre-labour snap to Instagram.

Posting to her Instagram Story, Paris stood beside her car with a bag emblazoned with 'Mrs Fury' and two Lily & Bean suitcases with PF monogrammed on them.

Over the snap, the 32 year old added the text: "Off to hospital that day, bags packed and ready to go get my new boy, seems crazy it's all done."

Paris followed this with a photo of a plate of food, and revealing that she had suffered heartburn while pregnant, she wrote: "So nice to eat food and not get heartburn."

Following the birth of their baby boy, Tyson and Paris shared the happy news with OK!, telling us: "We're over the moon to have welcomed our baby boy to the Fury family.

"His brothers and sisters can't wait to meet him and create lots of Fury fun! Our boy is the most perfect addition and we're bursting with love for him. It's crazy how you can love someone so quick."

The couple are already parents to Venezuela, 13, Prince John James, 10, Prince 'Tutty' Tyson, six, Valencia, five, Prince Adonis Amaziah Fury, four and Athena, who is two.

The loved-up pair, and now parents-of-seven, first met at a mutual friend’s wedding when Paris was 15 years old.

However, they didn’t start dating until a year later when they bumped into each other while on a night out in Doncaster.

Speaking of the milestone, Paris once said: “He was my first boyfriend as I was not allowed a boyfriend until the age of 16. He is the only boyfriend I have had."

The birth of Tyson and Paris's seventh child comes as they continue to ride high following the huge success of their Netflix series, At Home With The Furys, which drew 2.6million viewers on the first episode.

Paris and Tyson were met with praise by fans after they opened the doors to their family life and £1.7m Morecambe home following his retirement as he attempted to embrace a somewhat "normal" day-to-day family life.

The series was also praised for Tyson's vulnerability and willingness to discuss his mental health battle after he was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in 2017. He has also struggled with depression and anxiety.

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