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“Unsurprisingly, the driver did as he was told and was given a tip of two £50 notes.” Paris, 30, helped haul in the mega meal and insisted no one else had joined the family, which could have breached strict lockdown rules. She said from the family’s home: “The food order was just for us and the children. “We have got five children and the food arrived in a lot of boxes.” The expanding Fury brood — sons Prince John James, eight, Prince Tyson Fury II, three, Prince Adonis Amaziah, one, and daughters Venezuela, ten, and two-year-old Valencia Amber — were given another Easter treat. Paris posted an Instagram picture of a dining table decked with dozens of chocolate Easter eggs. She captioned the snap: “Happy Easter everyone. My babies have already started on their eggs. “I asked them, ‘Why do we celebrate Easter?’ They said, ‘Jesus’ birthday?’ Well, close enough.” read also:Tyson Fury pays £1.5m to settle court case with ex-promoter Mega-rich Tyson, who beat Deontay Wilder, 34, in February to take the WBC crown, has been entertaining fans during lockdown with online workouts often hilariously interrupted by his boisterous kids. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Their mammoth feast was shared with the couple’s five children and Paris’s parents at the boxing star’s home near Morecambe, Lancs. Grinning WBC heavyweight champion Tyson, 31, told the face-masked delivery driver to stand two metres back as he stacked pizza boxes and food bags on the doorstep before handing him a £100 tip. The Saturday night takeaway, which was ferried in heated bags, included a stack of pizzas, four mixed grill platters, four chicken wing platters, two steak meals and five king prawn dishes. Chefs also prepared a portion of 6ft 9in Tyson’s new favourite dish of Parmo, a Middlesbrough concoction of breaded chicken and béchamel sauce fried with cheese. The boxer, who is known for his yo-yoing weight between bouts, kept one eye on the calories by adding 25 cans of Diet Coke. An onlooker told The Sun: “Tyson loves his grub and has a big family and he can certainly afford it. “He said, as the food arrived, ‘We’ve got nothing else to spend our money on during lockdown’. “Tyson was in good spirits but ordered the delivery driver to stand two metres back and leave the food on the step. Loading… Promoted Content11 Strange Facts About Your Favorite TV Shows7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The WorldThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show YouWhat Are The Most Delicious Foods Out There?2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All TimeWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Fantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread Art6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone Tyson Fury staged a heavyweight Easter lockdown with his family by ordering in a gut-busting £557 food delivery.
Nigerian tennis star prospect, Marylove Edward alongside Usman Kushimo, will lead Nigeriaâ€™s quest for glory as the 2018 ITF/CAT 14 and Under Championship serves off today at the Tennis Centre, University of Pretoria, South Africa.The US-based Edward maintained her phenomenal rise, which saw her reached the womenâ€™s singles final of the Central Bank of Nigeria Open last year, by clinching gold at the West and Central African Championship held in Lome, Togo in February while Kushima, from Ogun State, clinched a qualification spot on his debut outing for Nigeria at the same event.Both will now face tougher oppositions at the week-long tournament featuring over 40 players from 14 African countries but Edward maintains she is up to the task. â€œIâ€™m looking forward to win again but I know its going to be tough,â€ she said just before the team, led by coach Margaret Olagundoye departs Lagos Airport aboard South African AirwaysÂ on SaturdayÂ evening.Edward recalled she had a forgetful tournament two years ago in South Africa when she crashed out at the African Junior Championship but said she is ready for the challenge this time.â€œI have improved on my game since I moved to the US and I know if I play to my standard, I should be able to reach my target which is to win the girlâ€™s title,â€ the 12-year-old currently is with the IMG Tennis Academy in Bradenton, Florida with sponsorship by the Temple Management Company.Nigeriaâ€™s best outing at the tournament was in 2017 when Michael Osewa reached the final losing to Damien Laporte of the Seychelles.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram