Paris Fury admits she turned down huge TV show offer just days after welcoming seventh child
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Paris Fury has revealed that she recently turned down a huge TV opportunity.
The celebrity pair are yet to disclose their newborn's moniker, however.
But when her son was just five-days-old, she got a call from ITV.
Chatting to Lorraine Kelly on her ITV breakfast show, Paris was asked about if she'd ever join a certain show.
Apparently ITV asked her if she wanted the gig just a few days after she gave birth.
"I actually got a call recently, just a couple of days ago," she revealed.
"And they were like 'I know she's just had the baby' - he was about five days old - 'But would you consider coming to the jungle next in the next few weeks?' It's like 'no, no, no, no.'"
Paris continued: "So these things are lovely opportunities. And I think that would be great to do if you have the time at that moment. But for me, I'm concentrating on the family. I never chose to be in the limelight. Tyson's career brought us all here. And I always sort of rolled with it and went with it and now I'm here."
Addressing the family's hit Netflix show, At Home With The Furys, Paris went on to say that she doesn't mind people seeing into their lives as they have 'nothing to hide', and labelled herself as 'an open-book'.
"I like people to know me as me," she explained.
"And so, but my main priority has always been the kids and my family life. So to go away for weeks on end, I don't think would suit me. I don't think I would leave the family for so long. So it's not something I'm really like chasing down, but you never say never."
But Paris declining the I'm A Celeb opportunity doesn't mean we won't be seeing her on our TV screens again as it's said that the family have signed on to do a second series of At Home With The Furys.
It was reported earlier this month that Tyson has agreed to do another season - but according to a source it will 'be a while' before filming starts again with them having just expanded their brood.
"Tyson’s show was a runaway hit for Netflix and they’ve been keen to get him to agree a second," a source told The Sun at the time.
"Tyson had some reservations but has finally said he’d be up for inviting the cameras back into his life. Paris is expecting their seventh child this month so it’ll be a while."