Inside Paris Fury’s fairytale nursery complete with huge hand-painted mural and luxury TV

Paris Furyhas recently returned from aluxurious trip to the south of Francewith husbandTysonand their brood of six kids.

Though, far from leaving the life of opulence behind, the youngest of the family have come back to a very lavish nursery.

Paris, 32, took to Instagram to document the makeover she’d given the room when baby Athena was welcomed into the world last year.

She told fans she was so happy with the “special things” she was able to do for her children.

The mum of six wrote: “The little ones nursery, I love the amazing paint work by @annienewmanartist just had to share the beautiful details in photo, which don’t do it justice! So pleased with the special things we can do for our kids. Thanks again @annienewmanartist.

The stunning bedroom was straight out of a fairytale with a large flat screen TV in one corner and two mini beds coming in navy and pink.

The wall was stunning with a mural hand painted on the walls by an artist.

Tyson, 33, and Paris refer to themselves as the “gypsy king and queen”, so it’s no wonder they give their children a life of royalty.

In the nursery this was shown by the carriage painted on the wall, as well as the castle in blue and pink tones.

The wall was complete with a fire-breathing dragon, a knight in shining armour and a unicorn carefully painted.

The couple are parents to Prince John James, Prince Tyson Fury II, Prince Adonis Amaziah, Venezuela, Valencia Amber, and baby Athena.

Tysonpreviously spoke out about his son’s namesand why they all have the moniker ‘Prince’.

He said in his TV documentary: "I'm a king and they're princes until they earn their rightful name."

Meanwhile, Paris previously hinted atwhat inspired their daughter's name of Athena.

Tyson himself is named after legendary boxer Mike Tyson and he's previously explained why his own father bestowed the name upon him.

The boxer's dad, John, said Iron Mike was the inspiration behind his son’s name, as the fighter was reigning supreme when he was born in 1988.

On top of that, baby Tyson was three months premature and weighed just a pound, so, touchingly, his dad felt he needed something that would give him strength and belief.

“I thought, ‘There’s only one name fitting for him, he’s fought hard to become a person living in this world,’” John said.

In a documentary the family made together, Paris revealed her traditional traveller views on the education of her children. She said: “I was brought up as a Traveller and I want my kids to be brought up as Travellers.

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