Mum-of-six Paris Fury shares sweet photo with lookalike mum during family Mother's Day trip with the kids

LIFE must be hectic when you have six kids and Paris Fury has taken a little family break with her family over Mother’s Day.

Paris, who is married to boxing champion Tyson Fury, shared rare photos of her lookalike mum during the trip.

Paris told her 879,000 followers: “Having an early Mother’s Day celebration, spending time with my mam and the kids out in the sun.”

Paris showed how her mum had treated her to a two-hour massage and facial for the special day, while she watched the kids.

Tyson and Paris have six kids: Prince John James, Prince Tyson Fury II, Prince Adonis, Venezuela, Valencia and Athena.

Paris uploaded a tribute to her mum today, saying: “A mother is your 1st friend, your best friend, your forever friend.

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“Happy Mother’s Day to my mam and all you woman out there who are mothers or like a mother to someone.”

Paris also shared a photo of relative Savannah Frankham, and said: “Loving the spring it’s starting off beautiful.”

Paris may be married to a boxer husband worth £70million but glamorous Paris didn’t grow up in the lap of luxury.

In her book, Love and Fury: The Magic and Mayhem of Life with Tyson, the mum-of-six grew up in a traveller family and said she didn’t use the loo or shower in her family’s trailer.

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Paris, whose maiden name was Mulroy, grew up in a traveller community in Doncaster and said she had to queue in the freezing cold to have a wash.

Her parents had their own 24-foot trailer, while Paris slept with two siblings in their own one next door.

Paris wrote: “In keeping with Gypsy tradition, we chose not to use our indoor bathrooms. 

“Because the shower and toilet cubicles were so near to the cooking and eating areas, Travellers considered it unhygienic to use them – or to launder clothes and tea- towels in the kitchen – so we’d head outside to our purpose- built wash block instead.

“Anyone unfamiliar with our community might have found this ritual quite strange, but it was an age-old part of our culture that we became totally accustomed with. 

“The four Mulroy kids got used to waiting their turn in the bath shed queue; it certainly hardened us to the elements, especially in the middle of winter.”

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Paris said her mum kept their trailer immaculate and looking like a “show home”, and would pack their storage cupboards full of games, books, clothes and make-up.

The kids’ trailer had double beds at each end and a bunk bed in the middle, but they’d prefer to snuggle up together as they hated to sleep alone.

Each night, their mum would make them a “hearty traditional meal”, such as hotpot or shepherd’s pie, and they would “eat, chat, play games and watch movies” together.

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