Inside Paris & Tyson Fury’s lavish wardrobes, from a £500,000 watch & £30k handbags to matching £1,000 Versace suits

HE is known as the Gyspy King, so it should come as no surprise that millionaire boxer Tyson Fury, and glamorous wife Paris, dress like royalty.

From £30,000-worth of designer handbags to matching £1,000 Versace suits, the stylish couple certainly have jaw-dropping wardrobes.

Here, we take a look at their expensive clothes and accessories that come with eye-watering price tags…

£30k handbags

If there’s one thing Paris can’t resist, it’s designer clobber. 

The fashionable mum, who is expecting her sixth child with Tyson, has a particular soft spot for Chanel, flashing a pair of stylish gold metallic trainers, £750, on Instagram.

She has previously dazzled followers with a £180 Moschino belt and Fendi Mama Baguette bag, worth £1,850.

Paris is rarely seen without a bit of arm candy – and we’re not talking about her hunky husband.

The blonde bombshell doesn't leave the house without one of her many designer handbags.

Her enviable handbag collection includes seven Chanel 2.55 bags in black, white, green, pink, yellow, blue and red, each of which retail for around £4,362.

Despite owning an eye-wateringly expensive handbag collection, Paris and Tyson stay grounded by shopping in discount stores like Home Bargains  even though they have millions in the bank.

In an interview shortly after Tyson’s £30 million win over Deontay Wilder, Paris said, “We already have X amount in the bank.

"It’s a funny one, but getting any more isn’t going to change us.”

£500,000 watch

Tyson, 32, is currently in a “fight camp” in Las Vegas to prepare for his £200m clash with Anthony Joshua, mooted for July.

But alongside his training, the boxer has shown off his lavish Versace items as he had fun in his hotel room with pals.

Tyson was seen in a pair of £590 slippers, a £355 bathrobe, a £930 shirt, and some £410 Louis Vuitton mules.

These prices are nothing compared to the Richard Mille Felipe Massa Ivory Rose Gold Chronograph he was wearing, which costs a staggering £500,000.

Tyson netted £23million last year before announcing his fight with Anthony Joshua.

Matching £1,000 Versace suits

It seems that the couple that dresses together, stays together.

Tyson and Paris showed off his and hers £1,000 Versace outfits on a Christmas 'date night' last year.

The boxing champion shared a photo on Instagram of the pair looking dapper in their expensive clobber.

Tyson is well-known for his love of a dazzling suit and of course those pink trousers.

And it seems his fashion sense is running off on his better half.

Pricey presents

Paris is showered with gifts by her millionaire husband.

The professional fighter has previously gifted his doting wife with a Givenchy denim jacket, purchased in Marbella's Puerto Banus while the two were holidaying together.

Previously, romantic Tyson splashed out on a pair of bright pink Saint Laurent Tribute platform sandals, worth £700, and baby pink Christian Louboutin Very Prive pumps, £595, for his lucky lady.

Both Paris and Tyson came from humble beginnings. Paris was raised as a traveller in Doncaster, South Yorkshire, while Tyson had a similar upbringing in Wythenshaw, Manchester.

Before they struck rich, Tyson popped the question with a plastic engagement ring while saving up for the real thing.

Speaking in footage aired for his Gypsy King documentary, Tyson explained, "It took me three years to save up to get married."

Luxury walk-in wardrobe

Despite Tyson being the highest-paid fighter of 2020 and a reported wealth of £70m, the family live in a modest £550,000 home in Morecambe.

But for Paris the pride and joy has to be her palatial walk-in-wardrobe.

Large enough to make a Kardashian blush, the room is lined with back-lit shelves to best showcase her designer handbags.

There is an accessories island in the centre, perfect for Paris to store her endless bling and there is enough cupboard space to start a small shop.

How Tyson Fury came up with his sons’ names

Paris and Tyson have five children together; Venezuela, Prince John James, Prince Tyson Fury II, Valencia Amber, and Prince Adonis Amaziah.And their sixth is on the way, with Tyson telling Gareth A Davies: "Paris is pregnant again and the Lord has blessed us definitely with another child and I'm very thankful.”

Tyson, who lives in Morecambe, Lancashire, opened up about choosing to call his sons the same thing in his recent ITV documentary, revealing it all stems from his boxing nickname – The Gypsy King.

“I'm a king and they're princes until they earn their rightful name,” he said in the show, which aired ahead of his win against Deontay Wilder on Saturday.

It seems the brood’s unique names were sealed when Paris was pregnant with their eldest, with Tyson coming up with her name thanks to a dream.

“One night, while I was sleeping, I thought of Venezuela,” he previously told The Guardian. 

“My wife is called Paris. I'm Tyson and [gesturing to his son] he's called Prince John James. If the girl had a normal name it wouldn't fit in, would it? 

“I wanted to call the boy Patrick but the wife didn't want it.”

It’s a version of events which Paris sees a little differently as she quickly forced Tyson to reveal the real name he’d wanted for their eldest son – which she immediately ruled out.

“Jesus,” he responded. “Jesus Fury.

“I like that name. A lot of Mexicans are called Jesus.”

We previously took a look inside Tyson and Paris' kids' incredible designer wardrobes with Louis Vuitton bags and head-to-toe Givenchy.

Here's how Paris stays glamorous and in shape as she raises five kids, with sixth on the way.

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