Tyson Fury’s wife Paris is said to have landed a regular panelist role on Loose Women, after her guest appearance was a big hit with viewers.
The TV personality, 30, also reportedly really impressed the show’s bosses when she appeared on the show in September, the Mirror said on Saturday.
A source speaking to the publication said the show’s bosses “loved the way she showed she was a very strong woman behind one of the strongest men in the world.”
New venture: Tyson Fury’s wife, Paris, “landed a panelist role on Loose Women after her appearance on the show was a big hit with viewers,” it was reported on Saturday
“She’s a mom, so she’s really relatable. She was completely baffled when her son broke up his interview the last time she was.
“She is natural on live TV and has a smart, vibrant view of the world. Like her husband Tyson, she does nothing.
MailOnline has reached out to representatives for Paris and Tyson as well as spokespersons for ITV for comment.
During her appearance on the show, Paris revealed that she and her husband were “on the fence” of letting their eldest daughter, Venezuela, go to high school.
She’ll fit in perfectly: Speaking about her appearance on the show in September (pictured), a source said the bosses “liked the way she showed she was a very strong woman”
Candide: During her appearance on the show, Paris revealed that she and her husband were “on the fence” to let their eldest daughter, Venezuela, go to high school
The mother of five, has children, Prince Adonis Amaziah, one, Venezuela, ten, Prince John James, seven, Prince Tyson II, three, and Valencia Amber, two with the heavyweight champion, and wants to breed them with a traditional gypsy. lifestyle at home in Morecambe.
Paris and her husband Tyson, 32, dropped out of school at 11, and her eldest daughter, Venezuela, is studying to take her 11+ exam.
Paris revealed that although she would not take the opportunity to continue her education away from her daughter, she feels that “if it’s something she wants” Venezuela can “go back” and have an education when she is older.
Possible: Paris has revealed and while she wouldn’t take the opportunity to further her education away from her daughter, she feels “if it’s something she wants” Venezuela (right) can ” go back “
“She doesn’t have room yet,” said Paris. “She has to pass the tests. I’m not taking this opportunity from her, we’re about to let her go.
Asked by host Janet Street Porter about how her parents would educate her if she wanted to be a doctor or a surgeon, she continued, “If she wants to become one of these things, only time will tell.
“I think kids, if it’s something they want, they can go back and get it. I did that, I graduated when I was 11 and when I got to 15 I said I wanted to take a beauty therapy class.
“I learned to run a business and manage accounting and mortgages and even though I had lost in education, I had that motivation and determination.
Family: Tyson and Paris share children: Prince Adonis Amaziah, one, Venezuela, ten, Prince John James, seven, Prince Tyson II, three, and Valencia Amber, two
The mother went on to insist that her children can “grow up and do whatever they want” but says the culture of the traveler means “to stay close to family”.
“The kids will grow up and do whatever they want,” Paris said, “We have a tradition where you stay close to family, that’s our culture, that’s what we do. But they will make their own decision, we live in a modern society, there is no established law.
The couple met at a wedding when Paris was 15 and Tyson 17, but didn’t start dating until after being reintroduced a year later after Paris’ 16th birthday.
In 2008, Tyson and Paris got married in Doncaster and will be married for 12 years next month.
Romance: The couple met at a wedding when Paris was 15 and Tyson was 17, but didn’t start dating until after being reintroduced a year later after Paris’ 16th birthday
Speaking of their thriving relationship, Paris said: “Tyson lived in Manchester and I lived in Doncaster, about 100 miles away, and every free moment he had he was walking through.
“We would go on a picnic, to the movies, or for a walk and he would spend the whole week training boxing or making money and one weekend he would come to me.
Paris revealed that before becoming boxing champion, her husband was “calmer” and that she would encourage him to come out of his shell.
“Tyson was always a little bit further back,” she admitted, “He was confident in his boxing, but he was calmer and he was a follow-up. He was standing funny and I was like “Stand up straight, why are you shy” and I created the monster that is Tyson Fury today.
Happily married: In 2008, Tyson and Paris got married in Doncaster and will celebrate their 12th wedding anniversary next month