Tyson Fury’s newborn baby in intensive care as boxer sends heartfelt message

Tyson Fury has revealed that his newborn baby Athena is receiving treatment in ICU, but is hopeful she will be out on Monday.

The heavyweight champion boxer and his wife Paris welcomed their sixth child this weekend.

Fury announced that Paris had given birth and that the couple had have named their baby girl Athena, but asked his followers to pray for their new arrival.

He said: 'Please can everyone pray for my baby girl who was born this morning. Athena Fury born 8/8/21. Thanks. God is great."

There was an outpouring of support from fans but were left wondering about what exactly happened.

But Fury has now gone into more detail about the situation and revealed that Athena was placed into ICU following her arrival.

But the boxer hopes that she will be out on Monday and will make a full recovery as he sent a heartfelt message.

He said: "Massive thanks for all the messages and support.

"The baby is in a stable position and doing well – hopefully she comes out of ICU today.

31 year old, Paris, and Fury were in the hospital for two days as the proud parents waited for the baby girl's arrival.

Tyson filmed his wife eating on her hospital bed as she joked: "He is dangerous with a camera.

"Think he's bored now. We nearly at the end of day two in here and still no little girly."

Hours before giving birth Paris shared a video from the hospital showing Tyson watching boxing on his phone.

She wrote on her Instagram Stories with a laughing-face emoji: "Even in this situation, he’s watching the boxing."

The couple have been married since 2009 and are parents to daughters Venezuela, 11, and three-year-old Valencia Amber and sons Prince John James, eight, Prince Tyson II, four and Prince Adonis, one.

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