TYSON FURY and his wife Paris continued to celebrate his sensational win over Dillian Whyte with dinner at an Italian restaurant.
Fury, 33, bagged a whopping £26.2million for his UK homecoming bout – pocketing £350k per punch.
The Gypsy King defeated Whyte with a brutal uppercut in front of a record 94,000 spectators at Wembley on Saturday night.
And the British heavyweight hero and his family are still revelling after the victory.
Paris posted their latest snaps on Instagram showing baby Athena “sitting like a grown up” next to her proud father Tyson.
The couple welcomed their sixth child into the world last August as she battled through intensive care.
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Venezuela, 12, is also seen smiling with mum Paris at the restaurant, sat opposite Tyson and Athena.
They can be seen to enjoy a selection of Italian pasta dishes.
The couple’s other children are Prince John James, nine, Prince Tyson II, five, Valencia, four, and Princes Adonis Amaziah, two.
And just hours before the weekend’s showdown, Carl Froch appeared to drop the bombshell that they were expecting again.
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Although the family is yet to confirm the news, they have made no secret of their desire to have a big family, with Tyson declaring they want 11 children.
The family was based at a luxury house in Hertfordshire for the fight against Whyte.
The pair rented a stunning mansion in a charming rural hamlet that features six bedrooms and six en-suite bedrooms.
The house, which has a huge indoor swimming pool is just 10 miles away from Wembley Stadium.
Paris has hinted husband Tyson could return to the ring – but only for one reason.
She continued: “And I know in my heart I think the only reason Tyson would come back is for a unification fight.
“And I think that would be the only reason Tyson would come back in the ring. Because he has nothing left to prove – to keep boxing on, there’s nothing there for him.”
Tyson currently holds the WBC and Ring magazine heavyweight belts, while Ukrainian Usyk is WBA, IBF and WBO champ.