Paris Fury has candidly shared the ‘devastating’ pain she felt after losing two babies on her road to parenthood.
The blonde beauty, 31, who is married to boxing champ Tyson Fury, 33, is the proud mum of six children, but revealed in an honest Instagram post on Friday that her pregnancies haven’t always been ‘plain sailing’.
Marking Baby Loss Awareness Week, Paris reached out to those who have gone through a similar situation, as she candidly shared how ‘lonely’ she felt after experiencing both miscarriage and a stillbirth.
Heartbreak: Paris Fury candidly touched on how she previously experienced two ‘devastating’ miscarriages to mark Baby Loss Awareness Week on Instagram on Friday (pictured above Paris and Tyson sleeping with youngest daughter Athena)
Paris shared a sweet snap of herself and husband Tyson, who is pictured yawning, in bed together, with their youngest daughter Athena lying across her famous dad’s chest.
She added a lengthy caption alongside the precious family photo, as she revealed: ‘The last week has been a whirlwind but I’m so happy to back home in Morecambe with the kids, yes all six of them!
‘Even from a young age I always knew I wanted big family – it’s in my bloodline after all as my Granny had eight – and with every baby my confidence as a mum has increased, I’ve got a routine and I know what works for us.’
Paris shared her own experience of miscarriage, as she added: ‘I know from the outside people see our big family and assume we’ve never struggled to have children, but as it’s #BabyLossAwarenessWeek I wanted to share a little bit about our story as it hasn’t always been plain sailing.
Family: The blonde beauty and boxing champ Tyson are proud parents to six children
‘Very sadly we lost two babies which was just devastating to both of us and my heart goes out to anyone who has suffered the same.’
Revealing she shares more details about the couple’s loss in her upcoming memoir, Paris continued: ‘I write about this in Love & Fury and it’s something I’ll never really get over, but I was lucky I had Tyson and the rest of my family around to support me.
‘It can be a very lonely experience for a lot of people. Thinking of everyone affected this week xx.’
Paris gave birth to the couple’s youngest daughter Athena in August.
Following her birth, the tot was in and out of intensive care and needed a ventilator to support her breathing. Tyson had kept fans updated at the time and insisted his little girl was ‘on the mend’, with Athena given the green light to head home after a few weeks.
Tyson and Paris are also parents to Venezuela, 12, Prince John James, nine, Prince Tyson II, four, Valencia, three, Prince Adonis, two.
Brood: Paris and Tyson are proud parents to Venezuela, 12, Prince John James, nine, Prince Tyson II, four, Valencia, three, Prince Adonis, two and Athena, two months
Difficult birth: Following her arrival, baby Athena was forced to spend several weeks in intensive care on a ventilator, but has since been giving the green light to go home
It’s not the first time Paris has spoken about her experience with miscarriage.
Appearing on This Morning last year, Paris revealed how she fell pregnant in 2018 ahead of Tyson’s comeback fight in June of that year against Albanian fighter Sefer Seferi.
Before Tyson headed back into the ring after a 32-month break, Paris found out she had lost the baby and chose to keep it a secret from her husband as she didn’t want to worry him ahead of his big fight.
She shared that she found out about the miscarriage and sat ‘crying alone’ in her car, feeling like she had to ‘grin and bear’ the news and ‘hold it all together’ until after Tyson’s match had taken place.
Detailing the difficult time in her life, Paris said: ‘It started a couple of days before a fight and it was very early on to him returning to the ring and it was early on but I had to keep it to myself…
‘I had to grin and bear it, I had to sit alone in the car, crying on my own… I’m trying to keep it together because I’m the glue of the home and if I keep it together.’
In an interview with the Sunday Mirror, Paris explained that she found out she had lost the baby at eight-weeks pregnant on the day of Tyson’s boxing bout and chose not to tell him until after the fight had finished.
Tough time: Paris previously revealed she found out she’d lost a baby on the day of Tyson’s boxing comeback in 2018 when she was eight-weeks pregnant
‘I was about eight weeks pregnant. Then on the day of the fight I knew I’d lost our baby,’ she told the publication.
‘I didn’t mention it to Tyson before he went in the ring. Then straight after it I told him and the next day we went to the hospital and it was confirmed.’
Paris said she was left ‘heartbroken’ over the loss, but fell pregnant again five weeks later and she and Tyson went on to welcome son Prince Adonis, in March 2019.
Her first experience of losing a baby came in 2014, when Paris was heartbreakingly forced to endure a stillbirth at six months pregnant.
At the time, Tyson revealed his uncle had died at the same time he and Paris lost their baby.
‘My wife Paris gave birth to a child at six months old that was dead,’ he told the Daily Telegraph in an interview.
‘I had to be there when she was delivering the baby. We were in one side of the hospital and my uncle Hughie was dying on the other side of the hospital, at the same time.’
Devastating: Tyson previously opened up about Paris having to endure a stillbirth at six-months pregnant back in 2014
Tyson admitted: ‘That was the end of 2014, and I suppose I didn’t really think about it. I stopped myself from thinking about it. I needed to put it to the back of my mind.’
Her latest Instagram post comes as she returned to the UK with Tyson, following his win against Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas, to reunite with their six children at home.
Tyson, who faced Wilder for the third time in Sin City, beat his opponent in the 11th round with a TKO (technical knockout) – retaining his WBC heavyweight title.
Throwing her support behind her husband, Paris marked the end of the couple’s stay in Vegas with a picture of the pair enjoying one last lavish breakfast in the sun before heading home to reunite with their brood.
She wrote: ‘What a night… what a fight! The last 48 hours have been epic and I’m still on cloud nine.
‘It meant everything to be there with Tyson, he’s worked so hard for this and he brought it home like the great champion he is!’
Paris added: ‘It won’t be long till We’re back to reality and the school run but for now this is definitely one of the highs of being a boxer’s wife.’
‘Still on cloud nine’: Paris was seen throwing her support behind husband Tyson following his win against Deontay Wilder in Vegas as they prepared to fly home to their children