Paris Fury shares her and Tyson’s heartbreak after losing two babies

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The wife of heavyweight boxing champion Tyson Fury has opened up on their experience of going through the loss of two children.

The couple have six children after the birth of their youngest child Athena earlier this summer, but have suffered the heartbreak of losing two others.

Tyson retained his heavyweight belts last weekend by beating Deontay Wilder in their trilogy fight in Las Vegas.

Paris Fury was in the States watching on as her husband produced the knockout blow in the 11th round, putting an end to a boxing rivalry which has lasted for three years.

She announced on Friday that she and her husband were back in the UK and had been reunited with their large family in Morecambe.

She also took the opportunity to share their story of loss to mark Baby Loss Awareness Week.

Paris posted a photo of herself and her yawning husband Tyson holding Athena, who was twice rushed into intensive care in August before eventually being allowed to go home for the first time.

Alongside the photo, she wrote: "The last week has been a whirlwind but I’m so happy to be back home in Morecambe with the kids, yes all six of them!

"Even from a young age I always knew I wanted big family – it’s in my bloodline after all as my Granny had eight – and with every baby my confidence as a mum has increased, I’ve got a routine and I know what works for us."

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She continued: "I know from the outside people see our big family and assume we’ve never struggled to have children, but as it’s #BabyLossAwarenessWeek I wanted to share a little bit about our story as it hasn’t always been plain sailing.

"Very sadly we lost two babies, which was just devastating to both of us and my heart goes out to anyone who has suffered the same.

"I write about this in Love & Fury and it’s something I’ll never really get over, but I was lucky I had Tyson and the rest of my family around to support me.

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"It can be a very lonely experience for a lot of people. Thinking of everyone affected this week xx."

Love & Fury is her autobiography, which is due for release at the end of October.

In it she talks about her role raising their family while Tyson lives his boxing dream.

But she has in the past expressed a desire for her husband to hang up his gloves after a fight against fellow Briton Anthony Joshua – though the Londoner's loss to Oleksandr Usyk has cast doubt on any potential meeting between the pair.

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