Rolling with the punches: Infuriated pro boxer Tyson Fury struggles to fit his son's pram into the boot of his car after family shopping trip
He's endured a tough few weeks after testing positive for cocaine, quitting boxing and then backtracking on his resignation.
And things showed no sign of letting up for Tyson Fury as she struggled to get his son's pram into the back of his Range Rover on Sunday.
The heavyweight champion, 28, had finished shopping at Spa supermarket in Morecome, Lancaster with his wife Paris when he battled with the boot to fit the pram in.
Daily struggles: Things showed no sign of letting up for Tyson Fury as she struggled to get his son's pram into the back of his Range Rover on Sunday
Clad in chinos and a white polo and sporting a sophisticated manbag over his shoulder, the Gypsy King rested his knuckles on his car as he pondered how best to go about the problem.
Tyson is father to daughter Venezuela, six, son Prince, four, and son Prince Tyson Fury The Second, three months.
His wife Paris, who he met when he was 15, was also on hand, sporting skinny jeans, boots and a revealing green top than accentuated her ample assets.
After completing the arduous task, Tyson got behind the wheel of his motor for the ride home.
Arduous task: The heavyweight champion, 28, had finished shopping at Spa supermarket in Morecome, Lancaster with his wife Paris when he battled with the boot to fit the pram in
Deep in thought: Clad in chinos and a white polo, the Gypsy King rested his knuckles on his car as he pondered how best to go about the problem
Practical: Tyson was even sporting a funky manbag over his shoulder
Meanwhile, Tyson Fury's camp is happy for the heavyweight champion to have his belts stripped... as long as he is afforded the chance to win them back when he returns to the ring, according to uncle and trainer Peter Fury.
The 28-year-old has endured a difficult few months, twice pulling out of his rematch with Wladimir Klitschko, before retiring from the sport entirely after failing a drugs test for cocaine.
Hours later, he backtracked to tell followers he would fight on, but Fury still faces a long road to recovery as he battles severe depression.
Support: His wife Paris, who he met when he was 15, was also on hand, sporting skinny jeans, boots and a revealing green top than accentuated her ample assets
Doting dad: Tyson is father to daughter Venezuela, 6, son Prince, 4, and son Prince Tyson Fury The Second, three months
Time to go: After completing the arduous task, Tyson got behind the wheel of his motor for the ride home
Speaking to BBC Radio 5Live, Fury's uncle and trainer Peter admitted the camp are happy for his belts to be taken while he is out of action.
'The titles should be freed up, let people fight for them, Wladimir Klitschko, whoever is in line,' he said.
'Tyson should be available to fight when he comes back. Put him as a champion in recess. As soon as Tyson is ready and able, hopefully he can fight whoever has the belt and reclaim his title.
Tyson Fury's camp have said they are happy for the boxer's heavyweight titles to be stripped
Trainer Peter Fury (right) said they can be stripped - if Tyson is given chance to win them back
'We're boxing people and we want to see fights and world champions. Because Tyson is ill, we're happy for the belts to be freed, provided they can put him as champion in recess. As far as I'm concerned, and my team, that's what we'd be happy with.'
There is still some doubt over Fury's return to the ring though, with the British Boxing Board of Control set to meet on Wednesday to decide whether it will withdraw his licence.
In an interview with Rolling Stones magazine, Fury admitted to taking 'lots of cocaine', while claiming he was unsure if he will 'see the year out'.
Fury (centre) beat Wladimir Klitschko last November but has twice pulled out of the rematch
Fury is battling depression and admitted to taking 'lots of cocaine' after failing drugs test
Peter Fury, though, believes his nephew is getting better after seeking professional help in the last few weeks.
'I think he's okay, he's undergoing his treatment and I believe everything is going well. He's responding to the treatment and everything is looking positive.
'He's been diagnosed with some kind of manic depression. He's looking at two or three months before he can get better again.
'There's a witch hunt against him, things have spiralled out of control.'
Fury retired from boxing, before posting a tweet hours later to backtrack on his statement
The British Boxing Board of Control are meeting on Wednesday and could take Fury's licence
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