From matching family PJs to an OTT tree – inside Paris and Tyson Fury's gypsy Christmas traditions | The Sun

DESPITE their international fame, Paris Fury and her husband Tyson Fury have remained humble throughout the years – but that doesn't mean they don't live a bit of glitz and glam every now and then.

And what better time to go all out with everything sparkly than the festive period? Here, Fabulous takes a loot at the Fury family's Gypsy traditions over Christmas – and matching PJs is just one of them…

Same pyjamas for everyone

Like most cultures, the Gypsy community places a high value on family – and what better way to mark it than by spending the Christmas mornings in adorable pyjama sets?

Almost every year, the 32-year-old, who is married to the boxing sensation, shares heart-warming family snaps with her six children.

Smiling by the Christmas tree and sometimes next to Father Christmas himself, the brood is posing in matching pyjamas ready to open their gifts.

''Christmas is about family, friends and celebrations of Christ,'' the mum opened up.

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OTT Christmas tree

From fast cars to a £550k Morecambe house which features six bathrooms, golden thrones & £50k walk-in shoe closet, Paris and her multi-millionaire boxing champion husband Tyson can certainly afford to live a very lavish lifestyle.

So perhaps, it's no surprise the two go over the top with their festive decorations, especially when it comes to the Christmas tree.

Back in 2021, the epic tree was so big, the mum-of-six needed a ladder to decorate it.

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“Swear I’m going to fall off these ladders tonight,'' she chuckled on Instagram.

And of course, loving a bit of sparkle, Paris completed the tree with giant candy canes, shiny gold baubles, and red elf shoes poking out the branches.

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Bargain lover

Although Paris has all the means to splurge out, she like all of us doesn't sleep on a good bargain – whether that means rocking trendy garments from ASDA and Primark or popping down to their local discount store to keep the costs down.

This year, after finding herself in ''Christmas heaven'' at a nearby garden centre, the mum-of-six started doing her festive shopping with treats from Home Bargains.

''Just a massive Friends fan and it is officially chocolate weather and there [they're] massive,'' Paris exclaimed in the Instagram story where she showed the new collection of mugs.

During her mega haul, the 32-year-old, from Lancashire, also bagged heaps of designer gear for cheap after spotting them on sale.

''Just think it make sence [sense] to buy their Xmas clothes now than rushing last minute,'' Paris explained to her million followers on social media.

Family day-out

It seems that for Paris and Tyson, two childhood sweethearts who tied the knot in 2008, family is everything – they'll spend every spare moment with their brood.

The parents are regularly spotted by fans out and about with the six children – Venezuela, Valencia, Athena, Prince John James, Prince Tyson II and Prince Adonis Amaziah – and the festive period is no exception.

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Earlier last year, Paris took their kids for a wholesome day-out to see Father Christmas in Blackpool.

The proud mum filmed as they watched Aladdin at the theatre, writing to her followers: "We had the best night! The kids thought it was amazing!"

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