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Paris and Tyson Fury may have to move out of £1.7million home after being bombarded by fans

Emily Puckering

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Paris and Tyson Fury may have to move out of £1.7million home after being bombarded by fans

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@parisfury1

Tyson Fury has revealed he and his family may have to move out of their £1.7million home as a result of the success of their recent Netflix series.

The heavyweight champion, along with wife Paris and their six children, are the subjects of Netflix's latest docuseries At Home with the Furys, and it's been a roaring success.

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The reality series follows the boxer's family life, starting off with Tyson's supposed retirement from heavyweight boxing and adjusting to home life.

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It also gives fans a glimpse into Tyson's own struggles with his mental health and Bipolar disorder - something he and Paris are very candid about to the cameras.

While Tyson has been over the moon to hear the news of his series flying high at the number one ratings spot, the success may have repercussions for their lavish Morecombe mansion.

In an interview with OK! Magazine, the Gypsy King admitted that he wanted to wait and 'see the fallout' before committing to a possible second series with Netflix.

"Lets see the repercussions of number one and how many people turn up to the house because it affects life," he said.

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Netflix's At Home with the Furys has been a huge success. Credit: Instagram/@parisfury1
Netflix's At Home with the Furys has been a huge success. Credit: Instagram/@parisfury1

"Well, with having a billion extra people watching you on TV, of course it will!"

Paris then added: "We’ve had conversations with the buzz that has come from the first one and Netflix fancy a number two, so we're talking and we’re nearly there."

But this thought had Tyson reflecting on an incident from 2019 following the ITV documentary, Tyson Fury: The Gypsy King.

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"I think we’ll probably have to move again like we had to after the ITV documentary a few years ago," he explained.

"Loads of people kept turning up to the house and ringing the door at 4am. What people don’t understand is, that being famous it’s not a pleasurable thing to be absolutely honest.

"When you try to go to Greggs for a sandwich, it’s not great being bombarded, or when you're trying to buy a pair of trainers from a sports shop.

Tyson and Paris have both opened up about being approached by fans - some of whom have turned up to their home. Instagram/@parisfury1
Tyson and Paris have both opened up about being approached by fans - some of whom have turned up to their home. Instagram/@parisfury1
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"When you're on a family day out and you don't get any time, you've just got people hanging all over you."

He added: "People don’t always respect your privacy. You’re with your wife on a date night and you don’t want to speak to a million people. There’s no leaving us alone."

Paris, who is pregnant with their seventh child, added: "People knowing who you are and where you live can be hard sometimes.

"I hope people will watch the show and realise we're just a normal family."

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But Tyson then quipped: "But we’re not a normal family, we’re on TV. We're a celebrity family and this show is going to make it a million times worse, well not a million, say 500 million worse!"

Topics: TV And Film, Netflix, Tyson Fury, Paris Fury

Emily Puckering
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