Tyson Fury welcomes seventh child as wife Paris gives birth to baby boy
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Tyson Fury and his wife Paris have announced the birth of their seventh child.
The Netflix stars have welcomed a baby boy together.
The couple shared the first photograph of their newborn with OK! magazine.
According to the outlet, the baby boy was born at 2.29am and weights 6lb 13oz.
Tyson and Paris said: "We're over the moon to have welcomed our baby boy to the Fury family. His brothers and sisters can't wait to meet him and create lots of Fury fun!
"Our boy is the most perfect addition and we're bursting with love for him. It's crazy how you can love someone so quick."
Together since they were teenagers, the couple's new arrival comes not long after the debut of their Netflix docu-series At Home with the Furys.
When the couple announced they were expecting back in March, the heavyweight champion said he was over the moon when he found out.
Tyson wrote on Instagram: "God is great! Seventh baby incoming, fantastic news to cheer me up."
Paris also wrote: "Baby NO 7 on the way God willing."
The family's Netflix show followed the professional boxer's life after his retirement from the sport.
But viewers were also often distracted by a mystery woman spotted in various scenes - with many speculating it's a 'secret nanny'.
Former teaching assistant Gabrielle Briggs, 25, is repeatedly seen in the background of many shots on the show.
However, she is not acknowledged during the series.
Paris has previously hit back at claims she has a nanny to help her with the children, but a source told The Mirror: “Paris and Tyson do now have a nanny, she often takes the kids to and from school.
"The odd thing is that she is never introduced, and her presence never explained."
Paris took to her Instagram Story to respond to the rumours, writing: “I've seen so many of these kind of posts today, so let me state clearly! I don't have a nanny or cleaners.
"I look after my own children day in day out. I wash, dress, feed and care for them."
To be fair, with seven kids now in the family, we wouldn't blame them if they did have a nanny.