She recently rejoiced at the return of her waistline after welcoming her sixth child Athena with her professional boxer husband Tyson last month.
And Paris Fury looked phenomenal as she flaunted her figure in a series of selfies on Instagram on Monday.
The 31-year-old showcased her impressive postpartum figure as she posed in a white crop top with her toned stomach on full display.
Stunning: Paris Fury looked phenomenal as she flaunted her figure in a series of selfies on Instagram on Monday
Paris looked stunning as she worked her angles for the camera with her hand running through her hair with her toned physique on display.
The blonde beauty let her golden tresses cascade around her shoulders in glamorous curls as she smized at the camera in the skimpy top.
She showcased her natural beauty as she kept her makeup minimal for the flawless selfies with a gorgeous golden tan.
‘Shopping with my girls today,’ the mother of six told her followers as she posed in some chic fitting rooms in grey tracksuit bottoms and Louis Vuitton sandals.
‘Shopping with my girls today,’ the mother of six told her followers as she posed in some chic fitting rooms in grey tracksuit bottoms and Louis Vuitton sandals
It comes after Paris proudly shared a picture of herself a pair of high-waisted Daisy Dukes shorts and a black and white Disney T-shirt, Paris wrote: ‘Hey, hello waistline after a long time lol.’
The wife of sportsman Tyson could be seen standing in her dressing room as she wore her hair in a high bun.
She had on a pair of dark sunglasses as the bright sunshine poured in through the window.
She crossed her long slender legs as she stood with her hands towards the back of her hips and confidently posed for the camera.
‘Hello waistline!’ It comes after Paris proudly showed off her stunning figure as she wore a pair of Daisy Dukes shorts on Instagram on Wednesday just three weeks after giving birth
Doting mother: Paris shares children Venezuela, 10, Prince John James, eight, Prince Tyson II, four, Valencia, three, and Prince Adonis Amaziah, 16 months, with Tyson (pictured July)
Paris, who shares Venezuela, 10, Prince John James, eight, Prince Tyson II, four, Valencia, three, and Prince Adonis Amaziah, 16 months, with Tyson, welcomed daughter Athena on Sunday August 8.
The newborn had been in and out of the ICU since she was born and at one point needed a ventilator to help with her breathing.
Paris and Tyson have shared no further details on the cause, but the devoted mum has been keeping her social media followers updated with how Athena has been doing.
She’s home! Paris shared a sweet snap of her holding her 11-day-old daughter at home on Thursday, after returning home from hospital following a stay in ICU last month
Paris shared a sweet snap of her holding her 11-day-old daughter at home for the first time on Thursday, after leaving intensive care, whilst also sharing a video of her baby in her cot, captioning the sweet footage: ‘can’t believe we’re home, dad off to training camp so just me and me girl in the room tonight. She so tiny in her bedroom cot.’
And proud father Tyson revealed on his Instagram Story that she’s ‘on the mend’.
Speaking to the camera as he fed Athena a bottle, he said: ‘Just feeding my little girl, off the ICU, on the mend. Should be going home soon!
‘Thank you to God, thank you to all the doctors and nurses who’s helped her.’
Precious: In a video last month, Paris posted an adorable clip of Athena laying on a pink blanket and wearing a white onesie and headband
Athena was dead for three minutes before being resuscitated by ‘miracle workers’ at Liverpool children’s hospital.
Tyson’s father John revealed that things had been touch and go.
‘It’s been a bit of a white knuckle ride, we’ve had a lot to deal with,’ John told BT Sport.
‘But we’ve come out on the other side due to professionalism of Alder Hey Hospital in Liverpool, they’re the best children’s hospital in the country if not the world.
Good news: While still in hospital, Tyson was pictured on Instagram feeding Athena a bottle and said: ‘Just feeding my little girl, off the ICU, on the mend. Should be going home soon!’