Paris Fury previously hit back at ‘secret nanny' claims after fans spot mystery woman in Netflix show
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Tyson and Paris Fury have been at the centre of rumours that they have a 'secret nanny' after a mystery figure was spotted in the background during filming at their home.
The new rumours emerged after former teaching assistant Gabrielle Briggs, 25, was repeatedly seen in the back of shot in many of the shots around the Furys' home.
A source has also reportedly told the Daily Mirror that the Furys do employ a nanny. But speaking back in 2021, Paris hit back at the rumours after they circulated online.
Paris responded to the rumours in a post on her Instagram story.
She wrote: "I've seen so many of these kind of posts today, so let me state clearly! I don't have a nanny or cleaners. I look after my own children day in day out.
"I wash, dress, feed and care for them. Like many other mothers. For my own reasons we don't have this. But why does it matter if we did or didn't. Be kind people.
"And support each other instead of this kind of negativity towards what any caring parent does."
Tyson and Paris have six children together, with a seventh on the way. The pair have three sons Prince John James, ten, Prince Tyson Fury II, six, and Prince Adonis Amaziah, four, and three daughters Venezuela, 13, Valencia Amber, five, and Athena, two.
They live with their big family in a mansion in Lancashire, and take trips to Morecambe where they often stay at family favourite spot, the Midland Hotel.
Tyson also reportedly takes daily jogs along the seafront. In addition to helping him keep in shape for his boxing, Fury says that exercise helps him with his mental health.
Speaking to OK! about his mental health, he said: "For every sufferer there’s always someone behind them, a partner, a friend, a loved one, trying to be the rock for that person.
"Sometimes it’s tiring and it’s annoying, but for us, once Tyson was diagnosed it really helped. We started realising there were reasons why he was pushing us away or being negative. It’s not a personal vendetta against me as his partner."