Tyson Fury has made a statement as he appeared alongside his wife Paris Fury at her book signing in Manchester.
The two-time world heavyweight champion, 33, wore a suit plastered with images of his own face on to the event, held at Waterstones in The Trafford Centre in Manchester.
Boxer Tyson's black suit had different coloured images of his face all over the two-piece suit.
He paired the outfit with a black shirt and a purple tie. The boxer beamed as he stood next to his wife Paris, whom he shares six children with.
Paris, who recently opened up on her husband Tyson's depression in a candid chat with OK!, looked elegant in a black top and jeans.
The 31 year old then added a black and white zebra printed cardigan over the outfit and styler her blonde locks in a down look, which had clearly been given a bouncy blow-dry.
Author Paris smiled widely as she clutched on to a copy of her book and sat beside her husband Tyson, who was standing up and holding a hardback copy of the biography.
Paris' book, which comes out on Thursday 28 October, will spill the beans on what life is like with the heavyweight boxer, AKA The Gypsy King.
She candidly writes about his struggles with depression, OCD and how she copes being a mother to their six children.
Earlier this year, Paris gave birth to their daughter Athena in August. And Paris recently opened up to OK! about the baby girl's close call, as she was treated in intensive care shortly after her birth.
She recalled: "When Athena was born, her heart was beating ridiculously fast, doing over 300 beats a minute when it’s supposed to do something like 120. It causes a load of other complications, so they tried to slow it down.
"Royal Lancaster Infirmary didn’t have the right equipment, so they blue-lighted us to Alder Hey Children’s Hospital and I can’t credit them any more, they are literally miracle workers."
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Paris continued: "We went over there and they sedated her and put her on an incubation, where they put a tube down her throat to breathe. They put her on tablets to slow her heart down and when they took her off the tube, they thought it was going to be normal.
"But I think the accumulation of sedatives, painkillers, beta blockers for her heart and everything was just too much.
"She was in my arms and she stopped breathing and became completely unresponsive. Her heart rate was fading away – she was dying in my arms."
Athena has since made a full recovery as Paris said of her baby girl: "She’s doing brilliantly. Thank God everything that was a problem has now gone. She just gave us this big scare at the beginning but she’s doing really well and thriving."
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