Paris Fury shares reality of life with seven kids as she reveals hectic daily schedule

Paris Fury has opened up about life as a mum of seven in a candid Instagram story.

“Well a long day of normal life. School run, dentist, birthday and general keeping family alive lol,” the star wrote, over a sweet picture over her holding hands with her newborn baby. Glad my Venezuela had a good day for her birthday, can’t believe I’ve gotta do it all again in five days for Prince,” she added.

Venezuela, Tyson and Paris’ eldest daughter, turned 14 on 27 September, while their son Prince John James is set to celebrate his 11th on 1 October. The couple welcomed their seventh child, a baby boy whose name is not yet known, on 18 September.

Paris, 33, gave fans an update on how life with their new little one is going: “Baby is doing great, night feeds are going ok, but he’s only a week old so will see how he settles."

"Gonna snuggle him into bed and try to get a few hours sleep before the next feed. Good night guys,” Paris added.

Paris and her husband, professional boxer Tyson, 35, have been candid about how difficult it can be to have such a huge family in their new Netflix series, At Home With The Furys, and it looks like it’s only set to get tougher for the pair.

The reality show has reportedly been renewed for a second series, so fans will be able to watch it all play out on screen.

Although it was claimed that Tyson had had some reservations about signing on to do the show again, it looks like he’s been persuaded to give it the green light.

Tyson was reportedly hesitant to return to TV after he faced an unexpected backlash for his parenting style.

Viewers criticised the star for taking long periods of absence from the family home, and for his treatment of his family during some of his low moods. Tyson has bipolar disorder and has admitted that he found it extremely tough when he retired as a pro athlete.

The 35 year old confessed that he had struggled to find purpose and direction after quitting boxing and that he found it difficult to keep calm without it.

Paris, meanwhile, won over legions of fans online as a result of her can-do attitude and realistic parenting style.

She was praised for giving a candid glimpse at what it can be like to parent six kids – Venezuela, 14, Prince John James, ten, Prince Tyson II, seven, Valencia Amber, six, Prince Adonis Amaziah, four, and their as yet unnamed baby boy.

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