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21st Sep 2023

Paris Fury’s ‘crazy’ morning routine to get four kids ready for school in one hour

An inspiration to us all!

Paris Fury has revealed her ‘crazy’ morning routine, which involves getting herself and her four youngest children ready for school in just one hour.

The At Home With The Furys fan favourite shares seven children with Tyson Fury: Venezuela, 13, Prince John James, 11, Prince Tyson II, 7, Valencia Amber, 5, Prince Adonis Amaziah, 4, Athena, 2, and a baby boy born this month whose name is yet to be revealed.

Paris confessed that she has to prepare herself every single day for ‘an hour of chaos’ when she wakes up, giving fans a closer look into her journey of motherhood.

This comes following the major success of the couple’s Netflix series, At Home With The Furys, in which many fans hail Paris as a ‘saint’ and inspiration for mothers and women everywhere.

The mum of seven was promoting her new book, How Does She Do It?, when she gave eager fans a glimpse of what’s to come. She explained the morning operation, which involves a car journey home from school, which sometimes ‘descends into a massive, deafening row’ between all of her children.

She revealed to her 1.5 million followers that the ‘craziest time’ in the Fury household is between 7.30 am (when her alarm goes off) and 8.30 am (when Tyson drives their kids to school).

“I’ll wake up, rub my eyes, take a deep breath, spring out of bed and prepare for an hour of chaos, like any house at this time of year! I can’t quite believe it’s back to school time already! I love picking the kids up from school, even if it can get really crazy.

“Once they’ve piled into the van, Prince, Little Tyson, Valencia and Adonis will all talk at once, ten to the dozen, desperate to tell me about what they’ve learned in the classroom and who they’ve played with in the playground. They’ll fight to get their voices heard, and it inevitably descends into a massive, deafening row.

“It can be pretty trivial stuff in the scheme of things but I love to listen to their chatter, especially if they’re really excited and enthusiastic about something. I’m looking forward to hearing all about it today when they get home.”

Paris says she does some nighttime preparation to help with the hustle and bustle of the mornings by laying out their uniforms before bed.

Last month, the mum revealed that her two eldest children would not be returning to school, instead opting to be homeschooled in honour of their ‘traditional traveller way’.

“We finish school at primary age, which is the traditional traveller way. We’ve just brought the tradition into the 21st century. Venezuela wanted to leave school, and all her [traveller] friends were leaving,” she told followers.

Paris needs to give a TED talk, and she needs to do it now. What a woman.