Paris Fury has spoken out about Traveller stereotypes as she reveals how her mum taught her much more than just ‘cooking and cleaning’.
The mum-of-seven, who is married to undefeated heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, has spoken about her upbringing. The 33-year-old lives with Tyson in Morecambe and the couple have recently featured in a new Netflix documentary series, At Home With The Furys.
Now the mum has dispelled some of the myths surrounding Travellers. She recalls how she was taught to drive, organise business matters and paperwork, complete job interviews and run a home.
Paris credits her mum Lynda Mulroy for giving her important life skills. READ MORE: Molly-Mae Hague has ‘no words’ as Tommy Fury splashes out on huge Halloween decorations READ MORE: Strictly Come Dancing fans ‘can’t believe’ treatment of ex-judge as she shares make-up free snap In an interview with The Sun, Paris said: “I’ve come from a strong line of women, and we didn’t just learn how to cook and clean.Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk