Paris Fury and Tyson Fury explain sweet meaning as they finally share newborn son’s name
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Paris and Tyson Fury have revealed the name of their newborn son.
Last month, the couple welcomed their seventh child into the world, joining their already large family.
And now, they've finally revealed what he's to be called.
Speaking in an interview with OK! Magazine, Paris explained that they decided Prince Rico Paris Fury was the perfect name.
Paris told the publication that it was in honour of Tyson's late cousin, Rico Burton, who was murdered last year.
She said: "All of my kids have got unusual names and obviously it’s also really personal to Tyson.
“We also added my name because I’ve had seven kids and I still haven’t had one named after me, so Tyson thought, ‘Come on, it’s about time!’”
Little Prince Rico joins the rest of his siblings: Venezuela, 13, Prince John James, 11, Prince Tyson II, seven, Valencia, five, Prince Adonis Amaziah, four, and Athena, two.
Paris said her eldest has been really hands on since her younger brother came home.
"Venezuela is really interested in the baby," she said.
"She keeps playing with him and feeding him – I think she sees him as a little doll.
"The kids are all really good with him actually.
"We’re just trying to keep things safe and keep him out of reach because one of them will probably try and put him in a doll’s pram one of these days!"
The teenager's support has been even more appreciated because Tyson wasn't at the birth this time round due to his upcoming fight with former UFC star Francis Ngannou.
Paris went on: "Usually he’s there by my side, but he had to bail out because he’s fully immersed in training at camp.
"He was there until a few hours before Rico was born.
"Things were going quite slowly, so it seemed like the baby wasn’t going to come until the next day.
"Tyson left and my mum came in, she was my second birthing partner.
"His dad came in and saw him soon after."
She told OK that she just doesn't listen to them.
"I’ve always wanted a big family," she said. "I’ve seen a few negative comments saying, ‘Oh they’ve got so many kids’ but we’re looking after them, we’re feeding them, I protect them all.
"They’re all happy and healthy and they all love each other, so I don’t see the problem."