TYSON FURY was lovin’ it as he enjoyed a well-earned McDonald’s meal following his sensational win over Dillian Whyte.
The British heavyweight hero was pictured pulling into the fast food drive-through in Hertfordshire in a separate car from wife Paris.
Fury, who has six children with his childhood sweetheart, was driving a Rolls-Royce Cullinan, priced at £300,000.
He was based at a luxury house nearby for the fight against Whyte on Saturday night in front of a record-breaking 94,000 crowd at Wembley.
Fury and Paris rented a stunning mansion in a charming rural hamlet that features six bedrooms and six en-suite bedrooms.
The house, which has a huge indoor swimming pool is just 10 miles away from Wembley Stadium.
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The day after his brutal uppercut knockout against Whyte at Wembley, he celebrated at Sheesh restaurant in Chigwell.
Wife Paris was left as “the proudest wife on the planet” having watched the win from ringside.
But Fury, 33, retired right after winning his UK homecoming fight four years in the making.
He said: “I promised my wife Paris and I meant it. I had the trilogy with Deontay Wilder and she wanted me to retire then.
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“But then I was offered this and I owed it to the fans and everyone at home in the UK.
“I have to be a man of my word so this might be the last fight. Thank you United Kingdom.
“I am overwhelmed with the support, I cannot believe my 94,000 men and women came here tonight.
“From the bottom of my heart thank you much for spending your money on coming or staying up and watching on TV.”
But a super-fight for all the heavyweight belts could be on offer once Anthony Joshua, 32, rematches Oleksandr Usyk, 35, in the summer.
And even Fury’s 90-year-old US promoter Bob Arum – who remained Stateside over the weekend – doubted the retirement claim.
Arum told USA Today: “No, he definitely won’t retire. Of course not. Are you crazy?”