PARIS FURY was at Waterstones in the Trafford Centre earlier this week (27 October) for a book signing event.

Her 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.

Paris, who lives in Morecambe with her family, wasn’t the only one at the signing and her husband paid a surprise visit to the Manchester centre to support his wife.

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However, fans were quick to comment on his bold suit which he wore to the signing. 



The custom suit was black with colourful prints of his own face plastered all over it.

Posting to Twitter, one person wrote: “Amazing suit too. Next season’s away kit?”

David Dunkley said: “Would love to have the front to wear a suit with my own face all over it. Just love this bloke.”

“Some suit again,” praised another commenter.

Lancashire Telegraph: Tyson Fury wore a suit plastered with images of his own face (Photo: Twitter/Tyson Fury)Tyson Fury wore a suit plastered with images of his own face (Photo: Twitter/Tyson Fury)

It’s not the first time Tyson has rocked a striking outfit and he is known for his outlandish fashion sense.

Ahead of his fight against Deontay Wilder, Fury wore a suit plastered with  images of the iconic WBC belt.

He also taunted wilder at a press conference when he wore a suit emblazoned with images of him on a throne which he described as a “remembrance suit of Deontay Wilder’s a*** kicking.”



On another occasion, Fury dressed as DC anti-hero, Batman, for a press conference.

However, Fury’s suit wasn’t the only focal point of the Manchester event as other fans were delighted to meet Paris and get their book signed by the mum-of-six.

One person wrote: “I am so over the moon right now because @parisfury1 has given me a signed copy of her book Love & Fury.

“She’s a remarkable woman who juggles so much and is a real rock to @Tyson_Fury.

“lovely family and lovely people.”



Another replied to Tyson's tweet adding that they have purchased their own book. 



Publisher, Rowena Webb said: “Happy publication day to the amazing Paris Fury @parisfury1… and respect to the man on my left!”



A spokesperson for the Trafford Centre said: "We were delighted to welcome Paris Fury to Waterstones yesterday for her book signing, and it was fantastic to see Tyson Fury showing his support, creating a real buzz at the centre."


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