TYSON and Paris Fury are pregnant with their seventh child, pal Carl Froch has claimed.
The Gypsy King is preparing to take on Dillian Whyte in their blockbuster WBC heavyweight title showdown tonight.
Paris Fury is said to be pregnant with the couple’s seventh child
And just hours before the first bell, Froch appeared to drop the bombshell news.
Appearing on BBC Breakfast this morning, the former super-middleweight champ said: “He’s got five or six children?
“I don’t want to get it wrong, but he’s got a lot of kids.
“I think Paris his wife is pregnant.”
Fury, 33, currently has six children – the youngest, Athena, was born last August just before his latest fight, the trilogy bout with Deontay Wilder.
The others are Venezuela, 12, Prince John James, nine, Prince Tyson II, five, Valencia, four, and Princes Adonis Amaziah, two.
The WBC champ had all of their names on the sleeve of his tracksuit this week in the build-up to the Whyte showdown.
But the unbeaten heavyweight insists tonight’s bout with Whyte will be his last and has repeatedly confirmed he will retire “win, lose or draw” and step back from the public spotlight after a promise to wife Paris.
And on Friday, Fury even hinted the couple were planning to have another baby.
He said: “My wife has been at home waiting for me for ten years, we have six kids and I am going to put another bun in her oven.
“Number seven is going to pop out anytime soon.
“I am going to be a family man and a big fat pig, fatter than I already am.
“I’ll retire to Morecambe beach, on the sand, no more fight and no more interviews. Everyone will leave me alone.”
SunSport has approached the Fury camp for comment.
Froch – who like Fury famously sold out Wembley – added: “Why not sail off into the sunset.
“He must have made around £100milllion in his career, he’s absolutely massive.
“He’s the heavyweight king and to get himself in the shape he needs to fight at 35 [sic], it’s hard work.
“He’s talking about retirement and I kind of believe him.
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“A bad day at the office in boxing is potentially damaging for your health. You have to take that into perspective when you’ve got children.
“[Retiring] must be in his head, he must be thinking, ‘I’ve done my time, I’m the heavyweight king and if I retire on the back of a 94,000 crowd at Wembley Stadium, who could blame him.’”
Carl Froch made the stunning claims on BBC Breakfast on Saturday morning