Influencer and Pretty Little Thing Creative Director Molly-Mae Hague has shared a thoughtful message to Paris Fury, wife of Tyson Fury.
In 2008, Paris Fury married professional boxer Tyson Fury, who is the older brother of Molly-Mae's boyfriend Tommy Fury.
Tyson met his wife Paris when they were teens and began dating the year after they met, and married at St. Peter in Chains Catholic Church in Doncaster, South Yorkshire.
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Paris and Tyson are expecting their seventh child together.
The pair are already proud parents to Prince John, Venezuela, Prince Adonis, Prince Tyson II, Valencia and Athena.
Tyson, 34, took to social media on 23 March to praise his other half, before referring to her as his "beautiful pregnant wife".
Sharing the happy news on Instagram Stories, Tyson wrote: "I get to do date night with my beautiful pregnant wife Paris, Gods is great. Seventh baby incoming, fantastic news to cheer me up."
Paris, 33, later confirmed the happy news herself, as she shared Tyson's post to her own Instagram.
Followers immediately flocked to the comments to offer their well-wishes including Molly Mae.
The Love Island star wrote: "What a blessing. So happy for you both!"
Molly-Mae and Tommy welcomed their daughter Bambi in January.
Speculations about a seventh child for the couple began circulating since New Year's Eve when Paris and Tyson posed for a photo by their Christmas tree, ready to welcome 2023, Ok Magazine reports.
Fury had been at a training camp for a huge undisputed clash with Usyk, with the date set for April 29 at Wembley.
Allegedly talks officially broke down on Thursday when the rivals failed to agree terms for a potential rematch.
The Gypsy King jumped on social media shortly after to vent his fury towards one of the biggest ever heavyweight clashes being axed..
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