Paris Fury says being a mum of seven is ‘slowly killing’ her in new candid post

Paris Fury admitted that being a mum of seven is 'slowly killing her' as she shared a glimpse inside her sleepless nights with her two-month-old baby in the early hours of Thursday morning.

The busy mum, 33, hinted at her exhaustion and tiredness as she opened up about her difficult 3am night-feeds with her latest addition Prince Rico Paris who she gave birth to in September.

The mum-of-seven, who is married to boxing legend Tyson Fury, was candid with her 1.8 million Instagram followers as she posted a sweet snap of the tot to her Stories.

Paris, who recently enjoyed some quality time with her eldest child, daughter Venezuela with a Christmas shopping trip, is also mum to Prince John James, 10, Prince 'Tutty' Tyson, six, Valencia, five, Prince Adonis Amaziah Fury, four and Athena, two.

In the new snap posted in the early hours, mum Paris held onto a bottle while cuddling up to baby Rico.

She shared the adorable snap alongside the caption: "3.27am. These 3am feeds are slowly killing me."

Doting mum Paris welcomed the baby boy in September and has been keeping her followers updated on Instagram ever since.

Boxing champion Tyson, 35, and his wife of 15 years, shared the happy news with OK! that they had welcomed a baby boy who arrived at 2.29am weighing 6lb 13oz in September.

Confirming the happy news to OK!, Paris and Tyson told us at the time: "We're over the moon to have welcomed our baby boy to the Fury family. His brothers and sisters can't wait to meet him and create lots of Fury fun! Our boy is the most perfect addition and we're bursting with love for him. It's crazy how you can love someone so quick."

But Paris recently labelled herself the "world's worst mother"after she decided to leave her baby behind, and head to Saudi Arabia to watch Tyson Fury's latest fight.

However, Paris explained that she was only going to be away for four nights and that the little one was staying with her mum while she was away.

Paris' feelings towards Tyson's boxing career were well documented in the family's Netflix show, At Home with the Furys.

She spoke of wanting Tyson to walk away from the sport before he got seriously hurt.

It comes after Paris opened up about life as a mum-of-seven in her book How Does She Do It? The Kids, Tyson & Me, in which she revealed she once considered hiring an extra pair of hands around the house.

"At one stage when I was feeling particularly frazzled, I did toy with the idea of employing a nanny," Paris revealed.

"My chosen candidate came over to see the children in their home environment one afternoon and within hours she emailed me politely to rule herself out. The kids had been especially wild that day, so I could hardly blame her."

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