Tyson and Paris Fury have been pictured for the first time since the arrival of their baby daughter, Athena.
The 33-year-old professional boxer and his wife, 31, welcomed their sixth child Athena on Sunday August 8, but she was placed into intensive care for over a week before coming home.
And on Friday, the pair, who also share Venezuela, 10, Prince John James, eight, Prince Tyson II, four, Valencia, three, and Prince Adonis Amaziah, 16 months, looked every inch the doting parents as they were spotted for the first time following their daughter’s birth – and her leaving the ICU.
Parents again: Tyson and Paris Fury have been pictured for the first time since the arrival of their baby daughter, Athena(pictured on Friday)
Paris kept things laid-back in a £450 Versace baroque-print dressing gown and white Disney slippers, with her husband donning his merchandise, a Gypsy King camouflage tee and plain black joggers.
The mother-of-six kept her long blonde tresses swept back with a colourful hairband, as her world heavyweight champion husband was spotted carrying daughter Valencia.
Prince Tyson II was also spotted with his doting mum and dad on Friday, pulling a funny face.
Cosy look: The mother-of-six kept her long blonde tresses swept back with a colourful hairband
Supportive wife: Paris was spotted waving goodbye to husband Tyson who headed off to training
Tough time: Their newborn daughter was placed into intensive care and needed a ventilator at one point, but was allowed to go home earlier this week
Athena had been in and out of the ICU since she was born on Sunday August 8, and at one point needed a ventilator to help with her breathing.
Paris and Tyson have shared no further details on the cause, but the devoted mum has been keeping her social media followers updated with how Athena has been doing.
On Tuesday, Paris shared a sweet video to Instagram Stories of Athena sleeping soundly on her lap, wearing a floral onesie and with tubes attached.
New sibling: Valencia has become an older sister following the birth of Athena
And proud father Tyson revealed on his Instagram Story on Monday that she’s ‘on the mend’.
Speaking to the camera as he fed Athena a bottle, he said: ‘Just feeding my little girl, off the ICU, on the mend. Should be going home soon!
‘Thank you to God, thank you to all the doctors and nurses who’s helped her.’
Alongside the video was a snap of Athena, who gazed into the camera as she snuggled in her parent’s arms.
Tough few weeks: Tyson’s father John revealed that things had been touch and go for little Athena
‘They really saved her life’: John told BT Sport that Alder Hey Hospital ‘brought Athena back’, branding them the ‘best children’s hospital, if not the world’
It was revealed last week, Athena was dead for three minutes before being resuscitated by ‘miracle workers’ at Liverpool children’s hospital.
Tyson’s father John revealed that things had been touch and go.
‘It’s been a bit of a white knuckle ride, we’ve had a lot to deal with,’ John told BT Sport.
‘But we’ve come out on the other side due to professionalism of Alder Hey Hospital in Liverpool, they’re the best children’s hospital in the country if not the world.
‘They’ve been really magnificent, they’ve really saved her life because she was dead for three minutes and they brought her back, it’s onwards and upwards from today.’
Good news: In an Instagram Stories post on Monday, Tyson fed Athena a bottle and said: ‘Just feeding my little girl, off the ICU, on the mend. Should be going home soon!’