PARIS Fury has been spotted alongside all six of her children for a festive evening out visiting Father Christmas in Blackpool.
The wife of heavyweight champion Tyson took to her social media to document her evening out at the Pleasure Beach with her large brood in tow.
Mother-of-six Paris, 31, who recently welcomed baby daughter Athena, took all of her kids to see a pantomime show before visiting a Christmas grotto.
The proud mum filmed as they watched Aladdin at the Blackpool theatre, writing to her followers: “We had the best night! The kids thought it was amazing!”
She then flipped the camera to show her holding daughter Athena in her arms, wrapped up warm in a pink babygro and blanket.
“Even my baby Athena loved the colours and the sounds,” Paris added of the snap, which saw her smiling towards the camera.
“Now off to Santa’s grotto,” she continued before sharing a snap of her kids smiling wide and posing with a giant polar bear as they “waited for santa”.
A video showed them tentatively approaching Father Christmas once inside as Paris encouraged them from behind her phone camera.
The children all received a gift from Santa before they posed for a family photo, with the mother-of-six left stunned they all “looked at the camera”.
They were joined by a family friend and her daughter as they finished the evening with fish and chips and fresh donuts before getting in the car to go home.
It comes shortly after Paris was joined by her husband Tyson as they showed off they were modest shoppers by visiting a discount bargain store.
The Gypsy King has made millions of pounds over the last three years, in large part down to former rival Deontay Wilder.
But that hasn’t stopped the generous and kind-hearted brute from wanting to cut costs on his weekly shopping bill.
On Tuesday morning, Fury posted a video of himself and Paris getting supplies for the week inside a discount bargain store to his Instagram story.
He told his spouse: “When you’re supposed to be rich but you’ve got to shop in a discount bargain store to keep your expenses down, Paris.”