Traveller-born Paris Fury shares a snap of the new caravan ornament as she urges people to ‘remember where you come from’.

PARIS Fury may be married to Tyson, the multi-millionaire boxing champion, but she makes sure her family doesn’t forget her traveling roots.

The mother-of-six took to Instagram to unveil her latest purchase – a colorful caravan ornament for the garden of her £550,000 home in Morecambe.

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Paris Fury urged people ‘not to forget where you’re from’Photo credit: Instagram
The mother-of-six took to Instagram and shared a snap of the new caravan garden decorations she had bought

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The mother-of-six took to Instagram and shared a snap of the new caravan garden decorations she had boughtPhoto credit: Instagram

Alongside the snap, she wrote, “For the garden…don’t forget where you’re from.”

Paris recently opened up about wanting to “continue the great Traveler tradition” in new biopic Love and Fury: The Magic and Mayhem of Life with Tyson, where she revealed it’s her “duty” to take care of her husband and their children to look after.

The Morecambe-based mum said: “Sometimes people would ask me why I didn’t hire a salaried worker – it wasn’t that we couldn’t afford it – but that just wasn’t Traveler’s way.

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“As proud and dedicated wives and mothers, we considered it our duty and privilege to take care of our homes and children ourselves.”

She added that she wants to set a good example for her six children – Prince John James, Prince Tyson Fury II, Prince Adonis, Venezuela, Valencia and Athena.

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Paris explained, “I didn’t like the idea that they grew up with chefs and cleaners hanging around us while I walked around all day looking glamorous.”

She also shared how she and Tyson always “intended to carry on the great Traveler tradition and have a big family.”

Paris said: “At least three children, we would say to each other, maybe even ten if we’re lucky.”

In keeping with Traveler tradition, Paris also opened up about wanting the couple’s eldest daughter, Venezuela, to drop out of the education system when she was 11.

However, the mother revealed last year that Tyson had doubts about the move and wanted Venezuela to go ahead.

Discussing her decision, Paris explained: “We finish school at elementary age, which is the traditional path of travelers.

“We just brought the tradition into the 21st century. Venezuela wanted to leave the school and all theirs [traveller] friends went.

“Your tutor will keep you up to date with all your tests. She will also take piano lessons.”

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Despite Tyson’s reservations, the couple eventually decided Venezuela should leave school as planned due to their busy schedules.

The mum added: “We move so much [the Furys also have a house in Las Vegas and regularly travel to America to be with Tyson]. It wouldn’t work if they went to school full-time and then went to America.”

Tyson Fury whisked Paris and her six children to Disneyland Florida for the

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Tyson Fury whisked Paris and her six children to Disneyland Florida for the “vacation of a lifetime” after completing the UK tourPhoto credit: Instagram

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