Tyson Fury says he’s in wife Paris’ ‘Bad Books’ after She Ditches Wedding Ring

Tyson Fury appeared to address the recent speculation surrounding his marriage after his wife Paris was pictured without her wedding ring, later calling Paris his ‘ride or die’

Tyson Fury teased that he was in his wife’s ‘bad books’ after she was recently pictured without her wedding ring.

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The 32-year-old boxer, who has been married to Paris Fury since 2008, appeared to address speculation after the mum of five covered her ring finger with a tree emoji.

It appears that Paris, who is pregnant with the couple’s sixth child, had slipped off her wedding ring before getting a new set of nails done.

Tyson then took to social media, writing: “Looks like the GK is in Mrs Paris Fury’s bad books!”

“Wedding ring off,” he added alongside the T2 tune, Heartbroken.

In another Instagram post, Tyson then debunked the rumours as he showered his wife with praise alongside a throwback snap of Paris smiling as she perched next to a Laboutin bag.

“There’s my Girl. @parisfury1 my Rock, my ride or die. god has blessed us abundantly. from the summer beneath the trees 2006,” he penned.

It comes after some fans were left convinced Paris was sending her fun-loving husband a warning by removing her wedding ring.
Earlier this week, Tyson was papped having his biceps rubbed by pretty bikini-clad women on the beach in Miami.

However, he then shot down any hint of wrongdoing by writing: “I took a thousand pics yesterday at Fountain Blue but they only show the girls, haha.”

Tyson and Paris, who were childhood sweethearts, have been married 12 years and share five children together.

Earlier this year, it was revealed that the couple were set to become parents a sixth time and confirmed that they were expecting a baby girl.
Previously reflecting on their relationship, Tyson wrote in his book Behind the Mask that it hadn’t always been easy for the couple.

“It’s not been an easy road. Life and being with someone for a long time isn’t always easy,” he said.
“But Paris understands me and I understand her and what I think is this – all men are the same. We’re all a***holes anyway so you’re better off with the devil you know than the one you don’t.

He later added: “Everyone has good and bad points, everyone argues and gets upset for nothing some days, but the good times outweigh the bad so we crack on with it. It’s called marriage.”

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