Following the birth of their seventh child, Paris and Tyson Fury have already considered having additional children.
In September, the couple had son Prince Rico Paris, who was featured in the Netflix series At Home With The Furys.
Venezuela, Prince John James, Prince Tyson II, Prince Adonis Amaziah, Valencia, and Athena, ages 14 to two, are already their children.
Despite their ‘hectic’ daily lives as a family of nine, Paris, 33, says she and Tyson haven’t ruled out having additional children.
Speaking on Monday’s Loose Women, the reality star explained both her and Tyson are ‘on the fence’ about expanding their brood after the arrival of Prince Rico Paris, and ‘every time I have a baby I stop and I say “That’s enough now, no more.”‘
‘And then when they get to like, nursey age, they go off, and some inkling in me is like – “I think I want another one.”
She added however: ‘Seven is a lot, not going to lie. It’s very busy in my house.’
Her seventh child was partly named after her, she said, because just in case he is ‘the last one,’ Tyson suggested she should ‘get [her name] in there while you can.’
She went on to add that her grandmother had eight children and that everyday activities were ‘hectic,’ from dinner times to getting the children ready in the morning.
When Tyson is at home, he’s ‘hands-on and helps out,’ but his boxing profession requires him to be gone for extended periods of time, such as currently while he prepares for a significant bout at the end of the month.
The mother of seven revealed that she ‘wishes he’d say retired,’ but as his partner, she will’support him.’
Paris appeared on the show to discuss her new biography, How Does She Do It? Tyson and I, the kids.
It comes after an excerpt from the book claimed that their daughter Athena, now two, was left struggling for life following her delivery in 2021 and died for three minutes in the intensive care unit.
She wrote in the memoir: ‘Suddenly she became pale, floppy and unresponsive and I could see she’d stopped breathing.
‘My blood ran cold and I let out a piercing scream “my baby’s dying!” I shouted as a nurse immediately hit the red emergency buzzer.’
Tyson was not in the room since he had gone for a run, so Paris had to contact him and encourage him to return as soon as possible as doctors battled to resuscitate their daughter.
The little one is now two and going strong with Paris adding: ‘It was almost as though her heart had been reset, and was now ticking the way it should.’
Loose Women airs weekdays from 12.30pm on ITV and ITVX.