Paris Fury decided to call it off with Tyson Fury ahead of their lavish wedding
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Tyson and Paris Fury have barely been out of the headlines over the past few weeks thanks to Netflix series At Home With The Furys.
The hugely popular series follows the Fury's through family life, starting off with Tyson's retirement from heavyweight boxing and adjusting to home life.
While the nine-parter shows a mixture of ups and downs for the Furys, the show has been loved by fans, quickly becoming the most streamed show on Netflix.
The show isn't just about Tyson though, with his wife Paris also taking centre stage in At Home With The Furys.
Paris and Tyson met in their teens and quickly became childhood sweethearts.
They have been married for 15 years after tying the knot in November 2008 at St Peter-In-Chains Roman Catholic Church in Doncaster, but it wasn't all plain sailing.
Paris and Tyson thought their November date would tie in perfectly with the boxer's hectic schedule, taking into account the European Championships and Beijing Olympics.
But unfortunately, Tyson did not make the Olympics so wanted to move the wedding forward by several months.
However, Paris did not want to change the date and eventually reached 'breaking point' as a result of many heated arguments.
Paris decided to split from her 'impulsive partner', as she explained in her book.
In Love and Fury, Paris wrote: "My fiancé clearly didn’t understand the amount of planning and organisation that went into a wedding.
"I was beginning to realise how incredibly impulsive he was, the sort of person who lived life in the moment and liked to make decisions on the hoof.
"In Tyson’s world, our big day could be rescheduled on a whim, just like one of his boxing matches. I was having none of it, though, and refused point blank to change the date."
At the time Tyson did not realise how serious Paris was about standing her ground and how cross she actually was with him.
"It was one conflict after another and after an ugly slanging match with him outside mam's house, I decided to call time on the wedding and our relationship," she wrote.
"He thought I was joking and when I dropped the big bombshell, then he realised I was deadly serious."
The couple's split was very much short lived, with the pair reuniting after Tyson returned from a holiday in Ibiza with his pals.
Paris and Tyson have since welcomed six kids following their wedding: Venezuela, Prince John James, Prison Tyson II, Valencia, Prince Adonis Amaziah and Athena.
A seventh child is on the way too.