Paris and Tyson Fury have 'secret nanny' to look after kids – though she's never seen on TV

At Home with the Furys. Prince John James, Paris, Athena, Prince Tyson Fury II, Tyson, Valencia Amber, Prince Adonis Amaziah and Venezuela
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Tyson and Paris Fury are rumoured to have enlisted the help of a 'secret' nanny for their seven children, but she was not mentioned in their hit Netflix show At Home With The Furys. The pair were filmed round-the-clock for the nine-part documentary At Home With The Furys, where 25-year-old Gabrielle Briggs is often seen but never introduced.

She makes her first appearance in the documentary series' premiere episode, featuring in a scene captured outside the Morecambe Hotel where Paris and Tyson are seen meeting his brother Tommy Fury and fiancee Molly-Mae Hague.

Gabrielle is also caught on camera at Athena's christening afterparty hosted at the Midland Hotel. She can also bee seen ferrying the children to and from school, and aboard their luxurious yacht in Cannes from the previous year.

Gabrielle Briggs, Paris Fury, Tommy Fury, and Molly-Mae Hague
Gabrielle Briggs could be seen in some scenes in At Home With The Furys -Credit:Netflix

Following the success of the Netflix series, an insider told the Mirror: "Paris and Tyson do now have a nanny, she often takes the kids to and from school. She appears several times in the documentary. The odd thing is that she is never introduced, and her presence never explained.

"Obviously there's no shame in needing a bit of help, especially when you have six kids, but the impression created is that Tyson and Paris wanted to keep that quiet, and would rather people thought Paris does all the heavy-lifting."

However, Paris has continued to deny claims that she has extra help at home. After the claims emerged, she appeared on Lorraine to promote her book How Does She Do It? and discussed how she was doing everything herself while Tyson trained for a boxing match.

Paris Fury
Paris has denied claims that she's hired a nanny -Credit:Ken McKay/ITV/REX/Shutterstock

She said: "At the moment, Tyson is training for a fight, he's got a fight at the end of the month, and I'm at home with the kids doing everything myself. He understands that and I support him at that time. When he gets home, he takes the load and he supports me. It's a 50/50 kind of thing."

And in her book, Paris wrote that she once tried to hire a nanny, but that they had refused to work with her children, claiming they were too "unruly." She wrote: "At one stage when I was feeling particularly frazzled, I did toy with the idea of employing a nanny.

"My chosen candidate came over to see the children in their home environment one afternoon and within hours she emailed me politely to rule herself out. The kids had been especially wild that day, so I could hardly blame her."