Tyson and Paris Fury shop at a home discount store – despite being worth £120m
Tyson and Paris Fury enjoyed a trip to a discount home store this week, despite being worth £120 million.
The boxer, 33, and his gorgeous wife, 31, appeared to be having the time of their lives at Home Bargains in a fun video.
Tyson filmed his wife saying, “If you’re supposed to be rich, but you have to shop at a discount store to keep your expenses low, Paris.”
Home Bargains anyone? Tyson and Paris Fury enjoyed a trip to a discount home store this week, despite being worth £120m
The couple soon filmed their cart as they got all the necessities for themselves and their brood of six children.
The Paris store in Morecambe, where the family lives, picked four 400g cans of Ambrosia custard, priced at 75p each.
The pair are known for their love of discount stores, with the boxer shocking fans when he shopped at B&M Bargains in Doncaster in 2015.
Tyson basks in his final win over Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas last month.
Heavyweight Champion of the World: Tyson enjoys his latest win over Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas last month (above with Paris after his win)
His epic trilogy with Deontay Wilder ended in a brutal 11th round knockout after Fury twice climbed off the canvas after being knocked out by the Bronze Bomber’s atomic right hand.
Anger dominated by brute force, violent force, a granite jaw and superior skills. As he said, ‘I’m the best heavyweight in the world and he’s the second best.’
On Tuesday, Paris gave more details about Tyson’s mental health issues when she admitted she felt “lonely” and “helpless” four years ago, along with a sweet family photo with their children.
The mother of six admitted that drinking the heavyweight champion and “partying endlessly” coincided with “severe anxiety attacks and some very dark and disturbing thoughts” that left her unsure of “where to turn” for help.
What a selection: Tyson filmed his wife saying ‘If you should be rich, but you have to shop at a cheap bargain store to keep your expenses low, Paris’
In addition to a heartwarming nod to Tyson and four of their children – Prince John, Venezuela, baby Valencia and Prince Tyson – Paris explained the troubling period of their lives.
She wrote: ‘Here’s an oldie – a family portrait from just after Valencia was born in December 2017.
“I look back on this time as a bit of a turning point as we were about to leave as a family for Marbella, where Tyson was put back on a strict training regime and made plans for a return to boxing.
“The past two years have been terrible for both of us and then we really found out that Tyson had become seriously ill.”
Strong: On Tuesday, Paris gave more details about Tyson’s mental health issues when she admitted she felt “lonely” and “helpless” four years ago, alongside a sweet family photo with their children (pictured in December 2017)
Dark: Mother of six admitted heavyweight champion drinking and ‘partying endlessly’ coincided with ‘severe anxiety attacks and some very dark and disturbing thoughts’
She continued: ‘He always had mood swings after a fight, but he started to spiral. Heavy drinking and endless partying were accompanied by severe anxiety attacks and some very dark and disturbing thoughts.
“I felt helpless and worried most of the time because I had no experience with mental health issues and I was so relieved when a counselor diagnosed him with bipolar disorder, including OCD.
“This was not a quick fix, but it was the start of a long road to recovery. It was a really lonely time for me and I often didn’t know where to go but I hope sharing what that time was like and how I coped in Love and Fury has been helpful to people who have been through the same and let them know they are not alone. xx’
Diagnosis: Paris added she was relieved when her husband was diagnosed with bipolar disorder, OCD and other conditions
Tyson rose to 28 stone for his heavy partying and consuming drugs and junk food after his 2015 win over Wladimir Klitschko.
Speaking on the Parenting Hell podcast this week, Paris said, “There were times when I didn’t feel strong. There were times when I wanted to run away. There were times when I wanted to leave.
“I didn’t want to get into the situation anymore because of course… I was the wife at home and Tyson was partying.
Struggles: Paris recently shared, “There were times when I didn’t feel strong. There were times when I wanted to run away. There were times when I wanted to leave.
“There was substance abuse that I was not aware of. I heard about it in the newspapers. I had to deal with all that.
And try to put on a brave face. It was really hard sometimes. I kept thinking, “I don’t want to be here.”‘
However, Paris decided to stay and thought, “But then Tyson might not be here today.
There it lingered: However, Paris decided to stay and thought, “But then Tyson might not be here today
“I stayed and of course we got through it together.”
Speaking in his book The Furious Method, Tyson explained how his life changed after the revelation on Halloween night, admitting, “My sanity and marriage were both hanging by a thread.”
He wrote: ‘Within a month of being crowned heavyweight world champion, I was an emotional wreck, headed for a heart attack thanks to Class A drugs, junk food and alcohol.
“I had my revelation in a pub on Halloween night in 2017, hopelessly overweight and humiliated, wearing an ill-fitting skeleton outfit that was form-fitting and emphasized my full 28th.
“Even though I had started training again, I still drank and made life a misery for my wife, my children and those closest to me.
“When I looked around the pub at people half my age I felt shame and I knew things had to change.”
Turning point: Tyson explained how he changed his life after revelation on Halloween night, admitting ‘My sanity and marriage were both hanging by a thread’