Inside Paris and Tyson Furys incredible Halloween celebrations at Morecambe mansion

Paris and Tyson Fury pulled out all the stops when celebrating Halloween with their children, so much so that they transformed their lavish Morecambe mansion into a spooky scene.

The boxing champion, 35, and his wife of 15 years, 33, made Halloween extra special for their youngest children just a few weeks after welcoming their seventh child, a baby boy called Prince Rico Paris. The couple are also parents to Venezuela, 14, Prince John James, 12, Prince 'Tutty', seven, Valencia, five, Prince Adonis Amaziah, four and Athena, two.

Paris took to Instagram on Tuesday to share with her 1.7 million followers a glimpse inside their Halloween decorations at their lavish pad. While also taking snaps of her youngest children heading out trick or treating with Tyson who made it back "just in time".

Their sprawling kitchen, which became a regular setting for their Netflix series At Home With The Furys, was decorated with cobwebs and a witches' cauldron as shown on an Instagram video. Adding to the decorations was a large skeleton sat on top of their cooker along with an RIP sign for a truly spooky scene.

Black cobweb place mats decorated their wooden kitchen table and in the middle sat a basket of pumpkins along with a skull face. Another photo in the evening showed the Fury family heading out in Morecambe to trick or treat on their nearby neighbours.

Paris took the snap as five of her youngest children walked in front, two of whom were holding their boxing dad's hand. The mum of seven added the caption: "Daddy's home just in time for Halloween."

Showing off their scary Halloween outfits Paris shared a family snap while on the enormous driveway of their home. Paris kept it simple with a witches hat while Tyson wore a creepy skeleton mask and blue trousers paired with his iconic Gypsy King hoodie.

Their kids looked the part with daughter Valencia in a red dress and cape, and their youngest daughter Athena in a black witches hat and cape. The boys donned creepy masks like their father's and black outfits.

Their family outing comes after Paris branded herself "the world's worst mum" after she left her youngest baby son at home so she could jet abroad to support Tyson as he took on Francis Ngannou on Saturday, 28 October.

While she was only away for four nights with the little one at her mum's, Paris told iFL TV: "I feel like the world’s worst mother for leaving him at home.

"But, my mum is watching him, so can’t get no better."

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