Tyson Fury reveals daughter Athena is out of intensive care

‘Should be going home soon’: Tyson Fury shares adorable video of himself feeding newborn daughter Athena as he reveals she’s out of intensive care and ‘on the mend’

  • The boxer, 32, revealed that his baby daughter Athena is out of intensive care and ‘on the mend’ as he shared an update on her health on Monday
  • In a video shared to his Instagram story, he told how he hoped the tot will be out of hospital by Wednesday 
  • Tyson’s wife Paris gave birth to the tot on Sunday 8th August and she’s been in and out of the ICU unit since and at one point needed a ventilator 
  • Paris, 31, endured a two-day labour with their newest arrival
  • Tyson has started a GoFundMe page to raise money for the hospital where his daughter was born, with the total fund reaching over £40,000 
  • The couple are already parents to Venezuela, 10, Prince John James, eight, Prince Tyson II, four, Valencia, three, and Prince Adonis Amaziah, 16 months 

Tyson Fury has revealed that his baby daughter Athena is out of intensive care and ‘on the mend’ as he shared an update on her health on Monday.

The boxer, 33, took to his Instagram stories as he shared a sweet video of himself feeding his newborn while cheerfully noting that she’s ‘should be going home soon’.

Tyson’s wife Paris gave birth to the tot on Sunday 8th August and she’s been in and out of the ICU unit since and at one point needed a ventilator to help with her breathing. The couple have shared no further details on the cause.

Good news: Tyson Fury has revealed that his baby daughter Athena is out of intensive care and ‘on the mend’ as he shared an update on her health on Monday

And in the latest update on Athena, it was clear to see that the little one was a fighter just like her dad as Tyson revealed she was on the road to recovery.

Speaking to the camera as he fed Athena a bottle, he said: ‘Just feeding my little girl, off the ICU, on the mend. Should be going home soon! 

‘Thank you to God, thank you to all the doctors and nurses who’s helped her.’

Alongside the video was a snap of Athena, who gazed into the camera as she snuggled in her parent’s arms. 

Lovely: The boxer, 33, took to his Instagram stories as he shared a sweet video of himself feeding his newborn while cheerfully noting that she’s ‘should be going home soon’

Meanwhile, Tyson also uploaded a clip of himself and his dad John, where he revealed that he hoped Athena would be out of hospital by Wednesday, leaving him free to train for his upcoming fight against Deontay Wilder. 

He said: ‘Four mile run there with my dad in the park here in Liverpool.

‘Hope to God that the baby gets out of the hospital on Wednesday and I can start training for the big dosser Deontay Wilder which gives me about seven and a half weeks, which is plenty of time for a mug like that.’

Update: Meanwhile, Tyson also uploaded a clip of himself and his dad John, where he revealed that he hoped Athena would be out of hospital by Wednesday, leaving him free to train for his upcoming fight against Deontay Wilder

It follows her mother Paris sharing a heart-warming video of her asleep in her cot while she was still in intensive care at Alder Hey Children’s hospital, Liverpool. 

The mum-of-six, 31, took to Instagram on Sunday to share a sweet clip of her little one, who looked adorable wrapped up in a pale pink jumper.

Panning the camera over to the hospital cot, little Athena looked peaceful and had two toys accompany her in her cot, while a pink dummy was placed nearby.

That’s my girl: Paris Fury shared a heart-warming video of her newborn daughter Athena asleep in her cot while she was still in intensive care at Alder Hey Children’s hospital, Liverpool

Captioning her video, Paris, who looked radiant in a blue vest top, penned a quote from popular children’s book Love You Forever by Robert Munsch, which read: ‘I’ll love you forever, I’ll like you for always.  

‘As long as I’m living, my baby you’ll be.’

The post garnered several messages from her followers who sent their well wishes to her bundle of joy.  

Peaceful: The mum-of-six, 31, took to Instagram on Sunday to share a sweet clip of her little one, who looked adorable wrapped up in a pal pink jumper

Doting: Captioning her video, Paris, who looked radiant in a blue vest top, penned a quote from popular children’s book Love You Forever by Robert Munsch, which read: ‘I’ll love you forever, I’ll like you for always’

It comes after Paris saw her five children for the first time in a week on Friday as they visited her in hospital while she looks after newborn daughter Athena who remains in intensive care. 

She shared a sweet snap of her brood Venezuela, 10, Prince John James, eight, Prince Tyson II, four, Valencia, three, and Prince Adonis Amaziah, 16 months, with her mother who’s been looking after them. 

Alongside the picture, she wrote: ‘Just seen my other five for the first time in a week. They are blessed with the best Granny in the world who has watched them all since I came into hospital. I love you mam. 

Family: It comes after Paris saw her five children for the first time in a week on Friday as they visited her in hospital while she looks after newborn daughter Athena who remains in intensive care

‘I can’t wait to be home with them all together soon please God.’ 

She also shared an update on her daughter’s progress, telling followers: ‘She’s doing really well and had a good 48hrs. Just getting there slowly’, as she cuddled her little one.

She also shared an update on her daughter’s progress, telling followers: ‘She’s doing really well and had a good 48hrs. Just getting there slowly’, as she cuddled her little one.

Baby: She also shared an update on her daughter’s progress, telling followers: ‘She’s doing really well and had a good 48hrs. Just getting there slowly’, as she cuddled her little one


Adorable: She then showed fans a cute pink romper she had been sent for Athena with the words: ‘Fighter just like my daddy’ written on it

She then showed fans a cute pink romper she had been sent for Athena with the words: ‘Fighter just like my daddy’ written on it.

It comes after earlier on Friday it was revealed that Athena was dead for three minutes before being resuscitated by ‘miracle workers’ at Liverpool children’s hospital. 

The newborn is currently in intensive care, and while the baby is said to be ‘stable’, Tyson’s father John revealed that things had been touch and go earlier tin the week.   

‘It’s been a bit of a white knuckle ride, we’ve had a lot to deal with,’ John told BT Sport.

Shocking: It comes after earlier on Friday it was revealed that Athena was dead for three minutes before being resuscitated by ‘miracle workers’ at Liverpool children’s hospital

‘But we’ve come out on the other side due to professionalism of Alder Hey Hospital in Liverpool, they’re the best children’s hospital in the country if not the world.

‘They’ve been really magnificent, they’ve really saved her life because she was dead for three minutes and they brought her back, it’s onwards and upwards from today.’

Earlier that day, Tyson shared an update on his newborn daughter Athena’s condition, saying she has had a ‘stable day’ without using a breathing ventilator.

The boxer, 33, took to Instagram on Thursday to say that she was ‘doing well’ but is still in intensive care ‘for now’. 

Devoted parents: The boxer, 33, took to Instagram on Thursday to say that Athena was ‘doing well’ but is still in intensive care ‘for now’ (pictured together in May)

Alongside a picture of her in hospital he wrote: ‘Update for everyone. Baby Athena is doing well & has had a stable day off ventilator, thanks to everyone for the prayers, still in ICU for now. 

‘Thanks to all the DRs & nurses. God bless you all.’ 

Meanwhile, Tyson later shared a snap of his sweet birthday card ‘signed’ by his newborn daughter as he marked his 33rd birthday. 

The special card featured tiny footprints belonging to his baby in pink and yellow, alongside the heartwarming message which read: ‘To daddy, happy birthday, I love you with all my heart Athena xxx.’

Beside on set of footprints were the words: ‘Athena four days old.’ 

The couple revealed that Athena was born on Sunday and taken straight to the ICU afterwards but didn’t give any further details. 

Condition: In February Paris revealed that her daughter was due sometime in August, but stated that she was likely to go into labour early due to an undisclosed medical condition

In February Paris revealed she was due sometime in August, but stated that she was likely to go into labour early due to an undisclosed medical condition. 

Speaking on Loose Women after announcing her pregnancy, she said: ‘I usually have a condition that makes the babies come a bit earlier so it will probably be the beginning of August, which is better for me, the last few weeks are terrible!’ 

Tyson recently revealed newborn daughter was back in intensive care just hours after she came off the ventilator following her first ICU admission. 

The boxer took to Instagram on Tuesday to share a snap of his baby girl where he announced the news. 

Poor baby: Tyson recently revealed newborn daughter was back in intensive care just hours after she came off the ventilator following her first ICU admission

Sad: The following morning, Paris shared a short video of her little girl, where she revealed that she has a ‘big day today’

Alongside the photo of a sleeping Athena in which she’s hooked up to various wires, the father-of-six, penned: ‘Baby Athena is back on icu, please keep her in your prayers’ 

The following morning, Paris shared a short video of her little girl, where she revealed that she has a ‘big day today’.

The sweet clip saw little Athena lying in her cot with what appears to be a breathing aid attached while her mother films her.

Captioning her video, Paris penned: ‘My beautiful baby girl this morning. More awake now and sucking her dummy.’

She added: ‘She has a big day today, please God it goes well’, alluding to a possible medical procedure for the tot.  

Little one:  Paris previously shared the first snap of their baby daughter on Monday following the tot’s first admission to intensive care which saw have a ventilator to help with her breathing

Paris previously shared the first snap of their baby daughter on Monday following the tot’s first admission to intensive care which saw have a ventilator to help with her breathing. 

Athena was born on August 8th, with Tyson revealing she was in intensive care as he announced the birth.

He said: ‘Please can everyone pray for my baby girl who was born this morning. Athena Fury born 8/8/21.’ 

The birth of their baby girl comes after Paris endured a lengthy two-day labour.

Congratulations: Athena was born on August 8th, with Tyson revealing she was in intensive care as he announced the birth

Lengthy labour: The arrival of their baby girl comes after Paris endured a lengthy two-day labour

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