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Inside Tyson and Paris Fury's £18k-a-night luxury super yacht on glam Cannes trip

Tyson Fury has shown off the £18,000 a night super yacht he’s currently holidaying on with his family.The boxing champion, 33, is currently on holiday in Cannes with wife Paris Fury and their six children as well as Tyson’s father John and a few family friends.Thanks to the boxer’s massive success in the sport, he’s had no trouble affording the pricey holiday for his family on the yacht, which includes a hot tub, living room, dining room and bedrooms for all guests on board, as well as staff. Posting a series of photos and videos to his Instagram feed, Tyson referred to the boat as “150ft of pure luxury” as he took fans for a tour around the vessel.Tyson’s wife Paris, 32, could be seen enjoying the sunshine as she dipped her toes into the jacuzzi, while in another shot she could be seen with a glass of wine as she smiled at the camera.

For the latest updates on your favourite celebs, sign up to OK!'s daily celebrity newsletter. In another video, the table for a luxurious lunch can be seen as Tyson tries to gather his family together for the sit down meal.

Tyson posed for a selfie with wife Paris as well as his dad John. Also enjoying the sunshine were the couple’s children Venezuela, 12, Prince John James, nine, Prince Tyson Fury II, five, Prince Adonis Amaziah, two, Valencia Amber, four, and baby Athena, who was born in August 2021.

Paris and Tyson were previously in the south of France, where they enjoyed meals and swimming sessions in the sunshine before getting aboard the yacht to explore the coastline.Tyson showed off his and his wife’s fashionable side as he captioned a series of snaps: “meanwhile the Gypsyking & Queen continue to take over the Cote d'Azur enjoying the sun & french cuisine. @parisfury1

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Tyson Fury has shown off the £18,000 a night super yacht he’s currently holidaying on with his family.The boxing champion, 33, is currently on holiday in Cannes with wife Paris Fury and their six children as well as Tyson’s father John and a few family friends.Thanks to the boxer’s massive success in the sport, he’s had no trouble affording the pricey holiday for his family on the yacht, which includes a hot tub, living room, dining room and bedrooms for all guests on board, as well as staff. Posting a series of photos and videos to his Instagram feed, Tyson referred to the boat as “150ft of pure luxury” as he took fans for a tour around the vessel.Tyson’s wife Paris, 32, could be seen enjoying the sunshine as she dipped her toes into the jacuzzi, while in another shot she could be seen with a glass of wine as she smiled at the camera.
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