Netflix viewers stunned after hearing all of Tyson Fury’s kids’ names
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Netflix viewers have been left stunned after hearing all of Tyson Fury’s kids’ names in the new docu-series about their family life, saying many of them are ‘f**king nuts’.
We see how he copes with the transition to being more hands-on at home, helping wife Paris with looking after their six kids (there’s a seventh on the way, don’t forget) at their home in Morecambe, Lancashire.
“Heavyweight champion of the world Tyson Fury attempts to navigate retirement, his mental health and hectic family life alongside his wife Paris, brother Tommy and Molly Mae Hague,” a synopsis from Netflix says.
With such a large brood, family life seems inevitably chaotic – with Tyson and Paris juggling school runs and dog poo with lavish holidays and celebrity appearances.
At times, it's so wild that dad Tyson even forgets his kids’ names.
Mind you, this might not surprise some viewers, who think the names of his six children are equally as ‘wild’ as the drama at their home.
“Tyson Fury’s kids name are f**kin nuts by the way,” one person tweeted.
Someone else said: “Tyson fury kids names are f**king unreal... VENEZUELA.”
A third wrote: “All 3 of his sons first names being Prince is absolutely wild to me.”
A fourth added: “Tyson Fury must have been on some session when he picked his kid’s names, absolute shockers.”
Indeed, three of his sons are called Prince, while their eldest is named after a country in South America.
Venezuela was the couple’s first child, born in 2009, who was followed by Prince John James, born in 2011.
Then came Prince Tyson II (also known as 'Tutty'), born in 2016, daughter Valencia, born in 2017, and Prince Adonis Amaziah, born in 2019.
The youngest Fury child is Athena, who was born on 8 August 2021.
In the programme, their kids can be heard casually swearing at home in front of their mum, dad and fellow siblings – something Tyson and Paris recently told LADbible they’re not fussed by in the slightest.
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.”
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.”
Watch At Home With the Furys on Netflix now.