Paris Fury teases I’m A Celebrity appearance after birth of seventh child

Paris Fury has teased a future appearance on ITV's I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!

The 33 year old gave birth to her seventh child on Monday, 18 September, but it was back to business as she made an appearance on Lorraine on Thursday, 28 September, via video link.

Paris, who is the wife of world heavyweight champion boxer Tyson Fury, revealed on the show that she was approached to star on this year's I'm A Celebrity just five days after welcoming her seventh child – a son.

Lorraine Kelly asked her about the 'amazing opportunities' Paris could be given 'if you want to,' before adding: "I mean don't know how the family would cope without you if you go to the jungle mind you, it would be difficult for them."

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Paris answered: "No. I actually got a call recently just a couple of days ago and they said: 'I know she's just had a baby' and, by the way, the baby was about five days old. They said: 'But would she consider coming to the jungle in the next few weeks?'.

"I was like 'No. No, no no'."

A mock-up snap of Paris flashed up on the screen with her face superimposed onto a body wearing the signature I'm a celeb hat and body warmer.

She said: "These things are lovely opportunities and they'd be great to do if you had the time at that moment but for me, I'm concentrating on the family."

Paris went on to talk about the level of fame that she and her family have gained due to Tyson's high-profile boxing career.

The down-to-earth mum said: "I never chose to be in the limelight.

"Tyson's career brought us here, and I always sort of rolled with it, and I'm here and… It was like with the Netflix show [At Home With the Furys], I don't mind if people see into our lives because I've got nothing to hide – I'm an open book.

"I like people to know me as me."

That comes amid reports that At Home With the Furys has been 'renewed for a second season'.

"Tyson’s show was a runaway hit for Netflix and they’ve been keen to get him to agree a second," a source told The Sun.

"Tyson had some reservations but has finally said he’d be up for inviting the cameras back into his life," they added.

OK! contacted representatives for Netflix for comment.

During the reality series, Tyson also talked regularly about how difficult it was to remain calm and keep his mood positive when he retired from his beloved sport, as he struggled to find a purpose in his day.

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