Paris Fury has appeared on ITV’s This Morning to promote her new book and also discuss some heart-breaking experiences in her life.

Paris’ new book, Love and Fury: The Magic and Mayhem of Life with Tyson, details the highs and lows of living with the boxing champion as he battles his mental health issues.

Mrs Fury explained to the show’s hosts, Holly Willoughby and Philip Schofield, that she has had to remain strong for the boxer even when she has been going through her own issues.  

Holly asked the mum-of-six, who lives in Morecambe with her family, said:  “You want this really to be a book out there for anybody who may have somebody in their family who is struggling [with mental health issues]."

Paris answered: “I’ve been asked hundreds of times ‘how do you cope? How do you manage? If I could give everybody answers to what I did, how I managed to get through and how we coped and we got to the happy ending in the end then I’m gonna give it.

“I wanted to give everything… about the crazy life we live.”



31-year-old Paris even talked about the time she hid a miscarriage from Tyson ahead of his comeback fight against Sefer Seferi in 2018.

She explained: “Tyson was coming through all of his issues and he was having his first comeback fight for 2.5 years.

“I knew if I’d have went in and said what had gone on…. I could really derail [his fight].

“I thought ‘just be strong  and put in on the backburner’

“I went outside and cried for 20 minutes in the car by myself and I put on a brave face and walked back in.”

She added that she finds strength by “keeping quiet” and being strong for her family.

The miscarriage wasn’t the only heartache Paris has endured after her youngest daughter, Athena, was resuscitated shortly after she was born .

The baby, who is now 11-weeks-old, was rushed to Alder Hey Children’s hospital in Liverpool after her heart started racing and she was becoming unresponsive.

She spent two weeks in intensive care and is now healthy and back at home.

Paris said: “we had some serious highs and lows in there – but thank God she’s come out and now everything’s perfect… but very scary times."

This Morning viewers flocked to Twitter to show their support for Paris.

One person said: “Honestly I take my hat off to her bringing up six children and keeping it real the whole time! Amazing lady.”

“Very professional and classy Lady,” wrote another.

Laila said: “That's one amazing woman, mum, wife.”

You can watch yesterday's episode (26 October) of This Morning on ITV Player. Paris Fury’s book, Love and Fury: The Magic and Mayhem of Life with Tyson, is available to purchase right now.