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Paris Fury takes aim at 'parent-police' as she shares video of two-year-old daughter swearing

Paris Fury takes aim at 'parent-police' as she shares video of two-year-old daughter swearing

The mother-of-seven is taking a stand against mum-shamers

Raising children whilst in the celebrity spotlight is undoubtedly a daunting prospect.

As if the job of parenting isn't hard enough, with intrusive fan-bases, tabloid speculation and meddlesome paparazzi around every corner, it often seems as though A-list mums and dads can't win - no matter what they do.

What one follower would describe as an impressive parenting hack, another would describe as child abuse.

But that's just the way things go for parents in the spotlight, isn't it? Part of the job?

Well, apparently, one big-name mother-of-seven is this week sticking two fingers up to the online 'parent-police' by sharing a rather controversial video.

Paris Fury - TV star and wife of boxing champion Tyson Fury - has never been one to shy away from the brutal realities of raising six children - all of whom are under the age of 18.

So much so, that she even released a book all about it, titled How Does She Do It?, the synopsis of which reads: "Looking after seven children, keeping house, looking amazing, being there for her World Heavyweight husband Tyson, and finding time for herself: this is just a shortlist of what Paris manages.

“She learned her great homemaking skills in her Gypsy childhood and here she shares all about daily life with the big Fury family and what works to keep life running.

Paris and Tyson are parents to seven children.

"From shopping, mealtimes and big celebrations, to being ready for the unexpected, handling a crisis, and her tricks for keeping their home clean and uncluttered, as well as warm and welcoming."

And with her often-chaotic household in mind, this week she has rightfully instilled in herself a 'no f*****s given' attitude by sharing an iconic video of her infant daughter Athena dropping the s-bomb.

In a clip shared to Instagram, the troublesome two-year-old could be seen pretending to have conversation with someone on a fake phone.

As mum Paris alerts her followers to turn the volume up to watch the rib-tickling video, the tot can seen pointing to the floor before exclaiming into the device: "That's dog s**t."

Audibly finding it funny, Paris then tells her daughter, 'No!', before clarifying to her viewers: "Parent-police - we are teaching her it’s not called that."

Paris shared the hilarious video on Instagram.

With an embarrassed-face emoji, she penned in the caption: "Such an angel with that mouth".

Paris and sportsman Tyson are also parents to Venezuela, 13, Prince John James, 11, Prince Tyson II, seven, Valencia, five, Prince Adonis Amaziah, four, Athena, two, and Prince Rico Paris, seven-months.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@parisfury1

Topics: Celebrity, Parenting, Paris Fury, Social Media, Instagram