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My pampered kids cringe when I sift through the sale rail but I can’t resist Poundland or Asda bargains, says Paris Fury

PARIS Fury may be married to a world heavyweight champion, but that doesn't stop her from rifling through the sale rails in Poundland or B&M in search of bargains.

The mum-of-six, who is fresh from celebrating 33-year-old husband Tyson's win at Wembley, where he delivered a devastating right uppercut to Whyte to secure a sixth round win, lives in a £550k Morecambe house.


It features six bathrooms, golden thrones & £50k walk-in shoe closet but speaking to Fabulous, Paris revealed that she loves a sale just as much as the rest of us.

And, joining the likes of Stacey Solomon and Mrs Hinch, it turns out she's a massive fan of B&M, too.

"I've turned into my mother," says 32-year-old Paris. "I stand and now my daughter is me cringing when I'm at the sale rail."

"And I'm buying Asda pyjamas that are only £3. I can't help it, it's just me."

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She continues: "I think you do turn into your parents, but I don't see where I would go."

"People say: 'Oh, you shop in Asda?' or wherever I might go. But where else do you think I go? Here [Morcombe] there's not many options, but I like being here. I think it's just normal."

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Paris, who Carl Froch claimed is pregnant with her and Tyson's seventh child, also points out that she and Tyson are "drastically aware" that they both started from a "basic" sort of background.

For that reason, Paris, who is yet to respond to Froch's comments,  says she works hard to keep her kids grounded.

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"Where we came from, you know that you can't always have everything and things are limited," she explains.

"So when we've had our kids, we both said that we want to try and keep them grounded."

"And I'm aware of this and with my kids, I'm bringing them up how I was brought up which is what people find so strange."

The glamorous mum goes on to say how she's been told on many occasions that she's "down to earth."

"I do take it as a compliment, but I also think that is just what I am," she says. "I'm just I'm just being me and I'm trying to keep the kids in the same sort of life I brought up."

I stand and now my daughter is me cringing when I'm at the sale rail and I'm buying Asda pyjamas that are only £3. I can't help it, it's just me.

"We go to the pound shop, you go to Asda and get your shopping, and get your own stuff, no one's going to bring it to you."

However, she is fully aware of the privileges and luxury lifestyle that comes with being married to one of the world’s most famous boxers.

"On the other hand, the kids are jumping in first class seats, we've got to have that sort of balance," she continues.

"I remember we got on the aeroplane and instantly my little boy..he's only five, hops on a seat in the first class and goes, 'Lady could I have a Coke please.' That's not right. Stop!"

"I even think to myself 'you little pampered boy.' They automatically do do that."

"But then on the other hand, they'll ask me, mam, can I have £2 to go to the sweet shop? And sometimes I say 'no,' because they've been already this morning."

"I still need to try and keep some level."

When we've had our kids, we both said that we want to try and keep them grounded

Paris also addresses the subject matter in her autobiography, Love & Fury, and tells of the moment Tyson signed a new, five-match agreement with US network ESPN – the money of which she says helped to "safeguard our family's future."

She writes: "Receiving this payout didn’t change us as people, either."

"There may have been a few extra zeros on our bank balance,
and a few more investments in our portfolio, but I felt we
were still the same old Furys, with our feet still firmly on the
ground."

Paris admits that while the ESPN deal allowed them to splash out on several luxury items including a high-performance cars, designer clothes, and a beautifully renovated traditional Gypsy caravan for
their back garden, they avoided spending cash "like there was
no tomorrow."

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She pens: "We’d both been brought up by our parents to
appreciate the value of money, and to use it wisely."

"We saw no reason to stop shopping in Asda and Home Bargains, and
we had no immediate plans to swap our family home –
which we loved, despite the increasing lack of space – for a
mansion house."


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