PARIS Fury’s teenage daughter appears to be following in her very stylish footsteps.
The proud mum-of-six shared snaps of 13-year-old Venezuela as she headed to enjoy York Races.
Paris wrote alongside the snaps: “My 1st baby girl growing up, she had a lovely day with her cousins at the races.”
Venezuela wore a pretty floral dress for the iconic racing event.
And perfectly fitting for the racing, the teenager added a matching fascinator and pink, peep toe stilettos.
Venezuela finished off the look with perfectly styled hair and make-up.
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Paris and her boxing husband Tyson Fury recently starred in their own Netflix show, At Home with the Furys, which documented their busy family life.
Fans were quick to comment on Paris’ instagram post, with one saying: “Beautiful! Your children are fantastically well brought up by the both of you.”
Another added: “Beautiful like her mam.”
Paris previously showed photos from Venezuela's extravagant Vegas-themed 13th birthday.
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Fury and Paris met at the age of 14 and married five years later when they were 20 and 19 respectively.
Daughter Venezuela soon followed and was later joined by Prince John James, 11, Prince Tyson II, seven, Adonis, five, and Valencia, four.
Meanwhile, Athena, who was born prematurely in August 2021 and died for three minutes before being revived by doctors, is now two.
In March, Tyson revealed that he and wife Paris are expecting their seventh child.
Previously, Paris defended her decision to take daughter Venezuela out of school at the age of 11.
Appearing on Loose Women, Paris spoke about how it is tradition for travellers to educate their kids at home.
She admitted she has experienced backlash from other parents about her choice to homeschool Venezuela, but insists she’s “not taking away any chances” from her.
Speaking on the show, Paris said: “It’s nothing new to us. It’s what our culture, our race of people as gypsies and travellers, have always done.
"We gave Venezuela the option – do you want to go to high school or be homeschooled?
"I had such a bad backlash, ‘you’ve took away her chances for this, her chance for that?’
"I haven’t took away her advantages because she will sit her levels and go through the full extent of schooling.
"When she is 15 and 16, if she wants to go into further learning, she can."
Paris said she did three years of studying to run a beauty therapy business so she could run her own salon.
The mum continued: "I’ve told my girl, she can do everything.
"She’ll keep up to date with her studies and then when it comes to that time.
"People just look at it like ‘you’ve taken her out of school’, but that’s not the case.
"I can’t take full credit, she does have a tutor.
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"Somebody comes in weekly and they do all her work, and keep her up to date with the standards she is meant to do.
"It’s going great."
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