FANS of Paris and Tyson Fury have been speculating about their newborn son’s baby name – with some convinced that they’ve worked it out.
The couple welcomed their seventh child on Monday 18 September and later shared a sweet family snap of Paris cradling their little lad.
But after the congratulations messages flooded in, Paris, 33, and 35-year-old Tyson’s diehard supporters all had one more question on their lips – what is the little boy’s name?
Paris and Tyson are infamous for giving their children unusual monikers and are parents to Venezuela, 13, Prince John James, 11, Prince Tyson II, seven, Valencia Amber, five, Prince Adonis Amaziah, four, and Athena, two.
And now many of their fans think they’ve cracked the case when it comes to their latest addition’s moniker.
After new mum Paris posted the happy news on her Instagram profile, conversation soon turned to what name they will have chosen.
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One person wrote: “Can’t wait to hear the name – congratulations!”
A second social media user joined in, as they added: “Congratulations – can’t wait to hear what you’ve called him.”
A third then said: “What’s his name? He’s handsome!”
While a fourth typed: “Do we have a name yet? Congrats!”
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But a fifth decided to shoot their shot and make a prediction saying that they thought it would have a family link.
They said: “Cannot wait to hear his name. We think John after Tyson’s dad.”
That comment soon attracted a lot of attention, as others waded in to have their say.
One replied: “That would be a lovely gesture to Tyson’s dad for sure.”
But another said they weren’t so sure, as they added: “Their first son is called Prince John James so they already have one called John.”
Meanwhile, others are under the impression that Paris and Tyson will continue with their tradition of calling the boys in their family Prince, with a second unique moniker.
Previously opening up about the sweet reason behind their choice to do so, Tyson – aka The Gypsy King – explained: “I'm a King and they're Princes until they earn their rightful name.”
I'm a King and they're Princes until they earn their rightful name
But Tyson has also revealed in the past that he likes a completely different name for a boy – but Paris isn’t so keen.
Continuing with the name chat in his 2020 documentary, the heavyweight champion told viewers that their eldest son Prince John James was almost called something else, before Paris put her foot down.
He explained: “I wanted to call the boy Patrick but the wife didn’t want it.”
So could the simple name have made a comeback and made it onto their list?
As we wait to find out, the pair have been inundated with well-wishes and love from their fans, as well as their celebrity pals.
Stars, including Coleen Rooney and Mark Wright, were among the first to send their well-wishes to Paris and Tyson.
Coleen posted a red heart emoji as she wrote: “Congratulations.” While Mark added: “Congrats guys.”
The couple are besotted with their little one, who was born at 2.29am and weighed 6IB and 13OZ.
In a joint statement, they told OK! Magazine: “We’re over the moon to have welcomed our baby boy to the Fury family.
“His brothers and sisters can’t wait to meet him and create lots of Fury fun!”
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“Our boy is the most perfect addition and we’re bursting with love for him. It’s crazy how you can love someone so quick.”
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