At Home with the Furys fans spot Paris and Tyson Fury's son pouring fizzy drink into baby bottle
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We just can’t get enough of At Home with the Furys at the moment. Everyone’s watching it - or at least everyone knows someone who’s watching it.
But much of the time, we get a glimpse into Tyson and Paris’ life together.
The pair share six children: Venezuela, 13, Prince John James, 10, Prince Tyson II, six, Valencia, five, Prince Adonis Amaziah, four, and Athena, two. Paris is also currently pregnant with a seventh little Fury on the way.
And while we’ve loved getting to know the big famous family, there’s often some less-than-usual things going on.
Viewers spotted middle son, Prince Tyson, emptying a can of Dr Pepper into a baby bottle in one shot.
While the family were getting ready for adorable Athena’s christening, Paris had her back turned and little Prince took his opportunity to treat himself to the fizzy drink.
Fans were in hysterics at this, with one writing on X (formerly Twitter): “Screaming at Tyson Fury’s kids having Dr Pepper out of a bottle,” with a string of laughing-face emojis.
Another added: “Tyson fury’s kid tipping a can of Dr Pepper in the baby bottle when nobody looking ended me.”
And one even called Prince pouring the whole can into his bottle their ‘personal highlight’ of the series.
Just like with any other family, there is plenty of chaos throughout At Home with the Furys, such as an argument between Paris and Venezuela.
The mum-of-six criticised the young teen for planning to ‘sponge off’ her dad Tyson while also branding her a ‘privileged brat’.
Paris asked her what she wanted to do with her life and career, but her only plan was ‘sit at home’.
After she revealed having no plans, Paris asked her: “Are you just going to sponge?” and she simply nodded in response.
The mum slammed her decision, saying: “You're not a proper person then are you? You're absolutely not a proper person at all because a proper person wouldn't want to live off their family all their life.
"I always thought of something how to better myself, you are obviously just a privileged little brat."
Paris urged her eldest child to ‘pick a path’.
At Home with the Furys is available to stream now on Netflix.