Pregnant Paris Fury shares the parenting duty Tyson always takes on, what makes him cry & how many kids they REALLY want | The Sun

THEY'RE expecting their seventh child.

And ahead of welcoming yet another baby into the world, Tyson and Paris Fury opened up about all things parenting in a new chat.

During the conversation, Paris revealed that her due date is a matter of weeks away – in September.

"It’s been a bit of a whirlwind with this one, it’s made me feel larger and bigger and heavier because I’m older and I think I know it," she told Jamie Theakston and Zoe Hardman on Heart FM on Monday morning.

The Furys are parents to six kids – three sons called Prince and three daughters with dazzling names.

But it seems as though their seventh won't be their last… far from it, in fact.

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"Very excited – number 7, just a few more to go, another 7 to go," Tyson laughed, before adding: "We're about half way to our number, we want a football team but then you need a few subs."

And when it comes to Tyson and Paris' parenting approach, there are some clear divides as to what each of them tackles on a daily basis.

"When they wake up in the night it's his turn," Paris said.

"I do the beginning, the end, the bedtime routine.

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"If they wake up in the night it's his turn!"

"I’ve signed up for it… whilst I’m at home I’m a full time hands-on Dad," Tyson insisted.

But of course, as a boxing champion, there are big chunks of the year that Tyson has to miss, when he goes to training camp.

And the camps always seem to "conveniently" take place when Paris has just given birth, she laughed.

However, he will definitely be there for the birth of their new baby – which he finds something of an emotional experience.

Asked if Tyson gets "soppy" at the birth, Paris replied: "Yeah, he cries".

"Every time I tell myself I’m definitely not going to cry but I see it coming out and I go (crying noises)," he said.

"Every time and I don't know why! It's an emotional thing for me.

"I think it's a beautiful moment for a father to see that coming out.

"It’s like, 'Oh my God!'"

Tyson and Paris were on the radio programme to discuss their new documentary, At Home with the Furys, which touches on Tyson's short-lived retirement.

And the 34-year-old opened up further about why he'd jumped at the chance to box again so soon after publicly announcing his retirement.

"You all have a purpose in life, you get up in the morning, come to work, do that so many days a week, whatever you do then you go on holiday and enjoy it and then you look forward to going back to work again," he said.

"Imagine retiring at 33 years old, you don't know what you're doing, you don't have a purpose.

"I'm getting up and still training twice a day and it's like what am I doing here?

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"I mean I'm as good as I've ever been I think."

At Home with the Furys, which also features Tyson's brother Tommy Fury and his new fiancee Molly-Mae Hague, is due for release on Netflix on 16th August.

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