Paris Fury acknowledged her traveller roots as she posted a photo of her eye-catching new caravan garden ornament on Thursday.
The 32 year old, who has a stunning fairtytale nursery in her home, shared the snap of the decorative piece as she told her 1 million followers that she planned to place it in the garden of her £550,000 Morecambe home shared with husband Tyson Fury.
The glamorous wife’s post comes after she recently opened up about wanting to “carry on the great Traveller tradition” of looking after her six children without help in new biography, Love and Fury: The Magic and Mayhem of Life.
Paris described it as her “duty” and that she wanted to set a good example to her children, as she said: “Sometimes people would ask me why I didn’t employ any hired help – it wasn’t as if we couldn’t afford it – but that just wasn’t the Traveller way.
“As proud and dedicated wives and mothers, we considered it our duty and our privilege to look after our homes and children ourselves.
“I didn’t like the idea of them growing up with chefs and cleaners grafting away around us while I waltzed around all day looking glamorous.”
Following another traveller tradition, the mum-of-six mentioned wanting to also have “a big family” of “maybe ten” children hopefully altogether with husband Tyson.
Paris’ caravan snap comes after she opened up last month about wanting to also follow the traveller way of taking her eldest daughter Venezuela out of education at 11 years old.
“We finish school at primary age, which is the traditional traveller way,” the star told The Sun’s Fabulous magazine.
“We’ve just brought the tradition into the 21st century. Venezuela wanted to leave school and all her [traveller] friends were leaving.
“Her tutor is gonna keep her up to date with all of her tests. She will also be having piano lessons.”
The famous mum added that it made sense for Venezuela to leave school, considering Tyson’s busy work schedule and the fact the family often travels back and forth from the UK to their other home in Las Vegas.”We move so much It wouldn’t work if they were in school full-time to then be off to America,” Paris said.