Paris Fury shows off HUGE teddy bear covered Christmas tree as fans praise her for decorating it herself | The Sun

JUST one day until December – which means it's time to start decorating your home ahead of the festive season.

Amongst those already in the Christmas spirit is mum-of-six, Paris Fury, who's just stunned fans of the family's tree in their massive £550k Morecambe house.


The 32-year-old, who is married to heavyweight boxing champion Tyson Fury, took to Instagram to reveal the huge tree, as followers flocked to praise her for the DIY results.

In the short video, the gorgeous blonde first showed what the living room looked like before the amazing transformation.

Armed with boxes of decorations, lights and baubles, Paris then set off to work, ready to climb the ladder to give the tree a makeover.

A lover of glitz and glam, the 32-year-old is known to go all out when it comes to the Christmas tree – and this year things are no different.

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Whereas last year Paris left fans speechless with her massive tree filled with gigantic ribbons and candy cane, this December the theme seems to be cuddly toys.

The tree looked resplendent with twinkling lights, ribbon and giant teddy bears.

Proud of her work, Paris chuckled in the caption: ''Booom! Christmas just hit the Fury house 1 day before December is ok, right?''

Just as impressed, of course, were loyal fans, hundreds of whom flocked to comments to share their admiration.

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One fellow Christmas enthusiast praised Paris for not relying on others for making her home more festive.

''I love the fact the you have done it yourself and not paid somebody like some celebs do. Looks lovely.''

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Someone else agreed, adding: ''Wow looks amazing and outstanding.''

A mum revealed: ''My 3 year old daughter has made me play this to her a million times lol, love it.''

Ahead of Christmas, Paris has also started her gift-shopping – and it's not all posh items.

Some of the goodies, the mum shared to her one million followers, were bagged from Home Bargains – and we're certain you'll want them too.

The cute ceramic mugs, inspired by the cult favourite sitcom, Friends, are perfect for getting cosy for a movie marathon and those chilly winter evenings.

''Bought these today from Home Bargains,'' the happy shopper said.

''Just a massive Friends fan and it is officially chocolate weather and there [they're] massive,'' Paris exclaimed in the story where she showed the new collection.

Paris also hasn't forgotten about presents for kids – this year, it seems the mum is going for designer fashion.

But as she revealed, that doesn't mean having to fork out a fortune – her ''favourite'' baby shop, Designer Childrenswear, is doing a massive sale with garments reduced by as much as 30 per cent.

And like all of us, Paris too loves a good bargain and didn't sleep on the too-good-to-miss deal.

''These were delivered this morning. Saved loads with the sale.

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''Just think it make sence [sense] to buy their Xmas clothes now than rushing last minute,'' Paris explained, whilst demonstrating the massive haul.

From the short snippet it's safe to say the children will be in for a treat, as there were loads of neatly folded Hugo Boss garments, brown polo shirts and adorable festive jumpers.

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