Viewers of At Home With The Furys have spotted an adorable nickname that Tyson and Paris Fury have given to one of their six kids.
Preferring to call their six-year-old son Prince Tyson Fury II by the nickname 'Tutty' instead of his full and lengthy name, viewers couldn't help but spot the name and question it.
Well, Tyson and Paris explained the unusual choice in the second episode of their series as mum Paris shared: "Baby Tyson gets the nickname Tutty because when baby Tyson was little, it seemed so crazy to keep calling this tiny little baby Tyson, obviously, looking at his dad.
"So we somehow came to the name of Tutty and it just seemed to stick."
The couple have chosen quirky and unique names for the rest of their clan, including Venezuela Fury, Prince John James Fury, Valencia Amber Fury, Prince Adonis Amaziah Fury and Athena Fury.
They are currently expecting their seventh child later this year.
The heavyweight boxing champion, who also goes by the name The Gypsy King in the ring, explained: "My wife is called Paris. I'm Tyson and [gesturing to his son] he's called Prince John James. If the girl had a normal name it wouldn't fit in, would it?"
The new Netflix series has been a huge hit since it launched on the streaming platform last week, with many viewers praising the candid insight into the family.
One viewer wrote on social media: "I like Tyson Fury even more after watching At Home With The Furys!! Huge props to Paris!"
Another added: "At Home With The Furys is pretty fire tbh".
"At Home With The Furys is just peak television," said a third. A fourth agreed as they wrote: "At Home With The Furys is the realest reality tv show."
The new reality series focuses on the hectic lives of boxer Tyson Fury and his wife Paris, alongside giving an insight into the lives of Tommy and Molly-Mae, who have just recently become parents for the first time to daughter Bambi.
The series shows Paris and Tyson and their parenting style from their upbringing in traditional traveller families.
The couple married in 2015 in November 2008 and they tied the knot in front of more than 300 guests.
At Home with the Furys is available to stream now on Netflix.Featured Image Credit: Netflix