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Tyson Fury doesn’t care about his kids swearing in front of him

Jess Hardiman

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Tyson Fury and wife Paris have revealed they couldn’t give a flying f**k if their kids swear in front of them, with the professional boxer saying it’s simply ‘in their blood’.

The couple - who share six kids, with a seventh on the way - live in a large home in Morecambe, Lancashire, and are known for throwing lavish parties and driving around in expensive sports cars.

However, they maintain their life couldn’t be more normal as they open their doors to cameras for new Netflix series At Home With the Furys, which drops next week.

In the nine-part reality programme, we follow the busy parents as they head out on the school run, chill out at their caravan and pick up dog poo.

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The Furys with their six kids. Credit: Instagram/@parisfury1
The Furys with their six kids. Credit: Instagram/@parisfury1

Speaking to LADbible ahead of the show’s release, Tyson, 34, and Paris, 33, said fans not realising they lead such a ‘normal’ life is actually one of the biggest misconceptions people have of them.

“I do think that people would believe we lead a different lifestyle to what we do,” Paris said.

“We live a very normal lifestyle on a daily basis. Don’t get me wrong, there’s some incredibly high points and some crazy trips, and there’s this sort of ‘celebrity’ style life that we have sometimes, but on general we do try to keep a flat line of a normal base - like, mother, father, home, kids in school, dog runs, park runs, routine.

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“And I think people probably don’t believe that that’s how we live our life, because I hear that quite often.”

At Home With the Furys drops on Netflix next week. Credit: Instagram/@parisfury1
At Home With the Furys drops on Netflix next week. Credit: Instagram/@parisfury1

She added: "Tyson does the rubbish and the dirty jobs outside and the dog walking and dog [poo] picking up … He does a lot of the school runs.

"I do the in-between, most of the house work."

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But while their day-to-day might look a lot like the experience of many other average people, there’s one thing other parents might be surprised by.

In the programme, their kids can be heard casually swearing at home in front of their mum, dad and fellow siblings.

When asked if it ever bothers them, as it might other parents, Paris replied: “I think there’s bigger things at play. I don’t want my children to have bad language - I do teach them, I do check up, but if it comes out here or there now and again...”

Tyson then cut in: “It’s life - it's real life, as well.”

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The Furys said they weren't fussed about their kids swearing. Credit: LADbible
The Furys said they weren't fussed about their kids swearing. Credit: LADbible

Agreeing with her husband, Paris continued: “Anyone that sits there and says their kids have never said a swear word, or never done a bad noise, or never done something out of place, I don’t know who they are.

“My kids are just real kids, they’re brought up in a normal, natural home.”

Shouting as if to prove his point, Tyson then added: “And we’re northerners as well! Northerners swear a lot more as well. It’s like in our blood to swear.”

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Watch At Home With the Furys on Netflix from 16 August.

Topics: Celebrity, Tyson Fury, Parenting

Jess Hardiman
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