Tyson Fury’s daughter Venezuela, 13, rushed to A&E in 3am scare as Paris posts update

TYSON FURY’S daughter Venezuela was rushed to A&E in the early hours of Wednesday morning.

Paris Fury took 13-year-old Venezuela to hospital after she got her ring stuck on the wrong finger, causing it to become swollen.

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Paris shared a photo of her and Venezeula in hospital, as well as a close-up of the swollen finger.

She captioned the post: “The joys of having kids. 3am in A&E because Venezuela put her ring on the wrong finger.”

The issue appears to have been resolved but Paris felt the effect of her late night as she shared a morning update.

She enjoyed a “much needed” morning coffee which she shared with Venezuela.

Paris wrote in an Instagram story: “Sharing is caring I suppose. Send help this morning lol.”

The 33-year-old has a busy home life looking after her six children, including one-year-old Athena who was rushed into intensive care after being born.

Venezuela is the eldest and her other sister Valencia is five.

The Fury’s also have three boys – Prince John James, 10, Tyson II, seven, and Prince Adonis Amaziah, four.

They recently celebrated Tyson Jr’s seventh birthday and threw him a Minecraft-themed party.

And the family is set for a further addition with Paris four months pregnant with her seventh child.

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