Paris Fury pulls children out of school and they 'won't return'09/09/2023
Paris Fury has revealed that two of her children ‘won’t return’ to school after she and husband Tyson Fury pulled them out permanently.
The couple and their extensive brood have become the subject of a Netflix docuseries, At Home With The Furys, which lets viewers into the home of the champion boxer and his family.
The childhood sweethearts have six children and a seventh on the way, including Venezuela, 13; Prince John James, 11; Prince Tyson II and Valencia, seven; Prince Adonis Amaziah, four; and Athena, two.
Sharing a family update as the kids prepared to go back to school, Paris revealed that her eldest children Venezuela and Prince John James would not be returning to traditional education and would instead be homeschooled.
The doting mum wrote on her Instagram Story: ‘Tomorrow will be the first day all four little ones are in school/nursery and the big two with a tutor for homeschool. Roll on Friday.’
The subject of homeschooling and traditional Traveller values was addressed in the Netflix show, with Love Island star Molly-Mae Hague and her fiance Tommy Fury, Tyson’s brother, discussing how their daughter Bambi would be educated.
Speaking to an interviewer in the show, Molly said that she would prefer their daughter, who was born on January 23, 2023, to attend school, while Tommy was leaning towards homeschooling.
It is explained in the show that in traditional Traveller communities, many children leave school at a young age to learn ‘traditional’ skills at home, with young girls staying at home to learn to cook, clean, and raise children, while young boys learn trades and do odd jobs.
‘I’ve been raised completely differently to that. It would never be a question that our children or child would not go to school,’ Molly said. ‘But hopefully, it won’t cause too many rifts.’
It comes after Paris revealed Tyson was taken aback by her frank and honest confessionals about her husband.
During a recent chat with Metro.co.uk, Tyson and Paris opened up about what it was like taking part in the experience together, which saw them speak about the heavyweight champion’s mental health and the impact his struggles can have on his loved ones.
‘I didn’t know what was going on behind the scenes when they have these little personal interview things and how it is and that and I saw that was like, “Is that what you guys think of me? That’s terrible,”’ Tyson shared lightheartedly with a smile and a chuckle.
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