Paris Fury shows off toned abs 7 months after giving birth to sixth child & splashes out on £100k Mercedes G Wagon

PARIS Fury has shown off her toned abs just seven months after welcoming her sixth child.

The 32-year-old, who gave birth to daughter Athena in August and is married to Tyson Fury, 33, wore a blue crop top and leggings.

As Britain sizzled in a welcome March heatwave, Paris tied her multicoloured jumper around her waist to run errands.

She also jumped into her brand new Mercedes G Wagon, worth an estimated £100,000. Prices start at £93,000 for the G Class range.

It looks like heavyweight WBC Boxing champion Tyson has been spoiling his wife, after his huge windfall following the Deontay Wilder trilogy.

The 'Gypsy King' – who lives in Morecambe, Lancs, with his family – is expected to make £25 million following his upcoming bout with Dillian Whyte. 

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Thought to be worth £40 million, Tyson has quite the car collection himself – including a Ferrari GTC4Lusso worth a quarter of a million pounds.

Youngest child Athena is the couple's third daughter, following older sisters Venezuela, 11, and Valencia Amber, three.

The couple also have three boys – Prince John James, eight, Prince Tyson II, four, and two-year-old Prince Adonis Amaziah.

In 2014, Paris tragically lost a baby to stillbirth at six months pregnant.

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Writing in her book, Sunday Times bestseller Love and Fury: The Magic and Mayhem of Life with Tyson, Paris explained how she keeps in shape.

She said: "Being a busy mum meant I never had much time to do gym workouts.

"I generally kept in shape and burned off calories by running around after five children, which was no mean feat.

"On an average day I’d clock up 12 miles, according to the exercise tracker I wore on my wrist."

She also keeps fit by cycling, which she says is great for glute toning, and by pushing a buggy around.

Paris, who refuses to get hired help at home, said a normal day involves a busy "agenda of school runs, food shops and housework".

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She added: "If I had time, regular walks in the open air, while pushing my babies along the beach in their double buggy, allowed me to clear my head and keep me fit.

"Maintaining this order and organisation in my life helped me to feel more calm and disciplined, even when other areas of family life felt totally out of my control."

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