Tyson Fury healing up from Oleksandr Usyk fight as he takes kids shopping to Tesco with Paris and prepares for rematch

Tyson Fury got back to reality as he helped his wife Paris with a food shop at their local branch of Tesco Express in Morecambe on Friday.

The Gypsy King, 35, is back in the UK in his Lancashire hometown following his first professional defeat at the hands of Oleksandr Usyk last week in Saudi Arabia.

The boxer cut a casual figure in a sports T-shirt and shorts as he carried one of his daughters under his arm while also juggling a shopping bag filled with food.

Tyson rocked a white baseball cap backwards and a black gilet as he followed Paris back to their car.

Loose Women star Paris, 34, rocked a black hoodie and a pair of matching cropped tracksuit bottoms as she carried a loaf of bread and a bag of shopping.

Tyson Fury got back to reality as he helped his wife Paris with a food shop at their local branch of Tesco Express in Morecambe on Friday

The Gypsy King, 35, is back in the UK in his Lancashire hometown following his first professional defeat at the hands of Oleksandr Usyk last week in Saudi Arabia

The boxer cut a casual figure in a sports T-shirt and shorts as he carried one of his daughters under his arm while also juggling a shopping bag filled with food

Another of the couple’s young children was seen wearing a school uniform and pink coat as she ran to their family car.

Tyson and Paris are proud parents to seven children, Venezuela, 13, Prince John James, 11, Prince Tyson II, seven, Valencia, five, Prince Adonis Amaziah, five, and Athena, two, Prince Rico, eight months.

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The Furys have lived in the seaside town since 2011 and as Paris has previously said they are now ‘part of the local fabric’.

Residents are used to seeing her shopping to feed her brood, with her being spotted pushing two trolleys in Aldi or Asda as she stocks up on the mountains of food they get through each week.

It comes after Tyson was handed a one-week ban from boxing following his defeat to Oleksandr Usyk last weekend.

The athlete suffered his first professional defeat at the hands of Oleksandr Usyk, losing split decision after the judges scored the bout 115-112, 113-114, 114-113.

It meant that Usyk became the first boxer since Lennox Lewis in 1999 to unify the heavyweight division after taking the WBC title off Fury, which was added to his WBA (Super), WBO, IBF and IBO titles.

Fury was in big trouble on the ropes at one stage of the fight with many arguing that the referee could have stopped it.

Loose Women star Paris, 34, rocked a black hoodie and a pair of matching cropped tracksuit bottoms as she carried a loaf of bread and a bag of shopping

Another one of the couple’s young children was seen wearing a school uniform and pink coat as she ran to their family car

The Furys have lived in the seaside town since 2011 and as Paris has previously said they are now ‘part of the local fabric’

It has been revealed that the UAE Boxing Commission gave him a rather meaningless one-week medical suspension which meant that he would not have been allowed to fight until this weekend.

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The Brit suffered nothing more than cuts and bruising from the brutal 12-round contest.

Usyk, who had to be taken to hospital after the fight due to fears over a broken jaw, is not allowed to compete until June 2.

Fury and Usyk look set to run it back later this year with promoter Frank Warren confirming his fighter’s intention to activate his rematch clause.

‘There will be a rematch,’ Warren said. ‘I think it will be better than the original fight.’

‘They both know each other, they’ve shared the ring and they’ll be looking to use what they’ve gained from the fight as an advantage to beat their opponent.’

Tyson and Paris are parents of seven; Venezuela, 13, Prince John James, 11, Prince Tyson II, seven, Valencia, five, Prince Adonis Amaziah, five, and Athena, two, Prince Rico, eight months

The athlete suffered his first professional defeat at the hands of Oleksandr Usyk, losing split decision after the judges scored the bout 115-112, 113-114, 114-113

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