Tyson Fury’s wife Paris, 31, rethinking plans for 10 kids amid baby Athena health 'stress'
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Paris Fury, 31, has admitted she may be rethinking her plan to have 10 children with her husband Tyson Fury , 33. This comes after their daughter Athena’s health battle when she was a newborn.
Paris has opened up about their life in a new chat as she gave an update on baby Athena’s health.
The couple are parents to six children, after marrying when she was 18.
Their eldest is Venezuela, 12, followed by Prince John James, nine, Prince Tyson II, four, Valencia, three, Prince Adonis, two, and nine-week-old Athena.
Sadly, when she was born their youngest daughter had to spend two weeks in intensive care.
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