PARIS FURY has posted pictures of her and husband Tyson gorging on Italian food in a restaurant with pals before the UK goes into lockdown to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
The Gypsy King has been enjoying the last of his time out of the ring as Prime Minister Boris Johnson prepares to deploy sweeping shutdown measures on Friday.
The WBC Champion gleefully enjoyed a pint of Guinness with boxing pal Isaac Lowe to celebrate St Patrick's Day – in front of a cut-out of himself on Tuesday.
But before that, the 31-year-old had been out for a lavish dinner with wife Paris, his stylist Nav Salimian, and property owner Joe Ricotta.
The group gorged on plates of Buffalo Mozzarella and prosciutto at the sleek Cicchetti Italian restaurant in London.
Yet it seems many fans failed to read Paris' caption when she posted pictures on Instagram with the words: "A lovely night out with our friends a couple of weeks back."
One said: "Must be no Corona there lol."
Another said: "Guys. Please: STAY AT HOME!
Thankfully, a third added: "Why can't people read captions correctly. So quick to judge."
Tyson could have washed the tasty Italian down with a few glasses of Conor McGregor's No. Twelve whiskey after the Notorious revealed he sent bottles to both Fury and Deontay Wilder after their showdown.
The heavyweight class, which saw the Gypsy King claim the WBC strap, had the UFC superstar's alcohol brand as one of its key sponsors.
And McGregor hailed the new champ as he told Bleacher Report: “Fury vs. Wilder II was my kind of fight.
“A proper fight between two beasts who talk a good game and throw heavy punches, so I was proud to have Proper No. Twelve front and centre during that bout as the title brand.
“If you want to take part, you shy away from big thinking, if you want to take over you make calculated decisions, and in this case, the fight was a blockbuster, and Proper was clearly one of the winners that night right next to Tyson.”
Speaking of the newly-crowned heavyweight king, McGregor continued: “Tyson Fury is special. He’s got Irish in his blood.
“I sent both fighters a bottle of my Proper whiskey and they both deserved a Proper shot or two after that bout.
“I deeply respect these fighters! What a show!”
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