TYSON Fury’s wife Paris enjoyed some quality time with her daughter Athena at home this weekend after being discharged from hospital on Friday.
World heavyweight king Tyson, 33, and Paris, 30, welcomed the tot into the world on August 8th.
The Furys' sixth child was finally allowed to leave hospital last week after a "very stressful" intensive care battle.
And Paris has been making the most of their time back at the family home.
Wearing her £450 Versace dressing gown, Paris cuddled the little girl before putting her in her stunning crib in the nursery.
The stunning mum-of-six looked happy to be getting on with life after spending their first night together under the same roof as a family of eight.
It comes after a fraught 10 days in hospital for Athena who was accompanied around the clock by her worried mum and dad.
Tyson provided updates on his daughter since her birth, including photos of him feeding Athena with a bottle.
But the proud parents were able to welcome Athena to their home on Friday and gathered up their big family for a photo.
A smiling Fury had youngest son Prince Adonis Amaziah, 1, on one knee and had an arm around now second-youngest daughter Valencia Amber, 3.
The wholesome snap showed balloons and welcoming decorations for baby Athena.
In one of the updates posted by Fury he said: "Thank you to God and thank you to all the doctors and nurses who have helped her.
"Big shoutout to the people of Liverpool, they've been so welcoming."
The Furys also set up a GoFundMe page for the Alder Hey Family House Trust in Liverpool, with the aim of raising £50k.
Fury will also auction off two signed WBC belts to raise more funds for the Trust.
Athena is the couple's third daughter – following Venezuela, 11, and Valencia Amber, three.
Their boys are Prince John James, eight, Prince Tyson II, four, and one-year-old Prince Adonis Amaziah.
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