The pair welcomed their 7th child, a boy, on Monday, September 18.
The seventh child is the fourth son
The couple announced the arrival of their seventh child – and their fourth son – ahead of Tyson’s return to the ring next month.
The baby joins six siblings, Venezuela, 14, Prince John James 10, Prince Tyson Fury II, five, Valencia Amber, four, Prince Adonis Amaziah, three, and one-year-old Athena.
Boxing icon, Tyson 35, and his wife of 15 years, Paris, 33, say the baby arrived at 2.29am weighing 6lb 13oz.
Tyson returns to the ring
The Furys recently released a documentary on Netflix in which they let the cameras into their personal lives while Tyson is preparing to return to the ring as he trains for his clash with former UFC heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou.
Fury will take on the Cameroonian in Saudi Arabia on October 28 and insists he will have to be at his best, despite being a huge favourite to have his hand raised.
‘I have to take my hat off to Francis for his story, where he has come from, the fight, the grind and the determination to get to where he is. He was a young boy in Africa with a big dream and everybody at home probably laughed at him,’ Fury explained.
‘But I won’t laugh at anyone because I know man’s struggle. I come from a place where everything is possible. I may not be here today if things had gone differently so I never underestimate anybody.
‘The media say he has no chance. I say if I go to the boozer and get in a brawl with a drunken guy, if he hits me, he may knock me out so how am I not going to prepare 100 per cent for an absolute killing machine who is trying to take my brains out?
‘I will give Francis the respect he 100 per cent deserves.’