PARIS Fury has stunned her fans with her children's Disney-themed nursery.
The mum-of-six and her boxing champ husband Tyson have only just brought their baby girl Athena home from hospital.
But the experienced parents have already been busy and have transformed the nursery ready for their baby girl's arrival.
Sharing impressive before and after pictures with fans, Paris revealed the room had bare white walls with wooden doors and panelling before they got to work.
In the middle of the room sat three single beds – two blue and one pink – all in a luxe velvet finish.
The room also had khaki green curtains and a small flat-screen TV on the wall.
Paris then shared a video clip of the room painted with a stunning Cinderella-themed mural.
She filmed the room while playing Disney's A Dream Is A Wish from Cinderella to set the scene as she unveiled the magic of the space.
On the walls, a pink and purple pretty old-fashioned carriage has been painted driving through woods as it whisks Cinderella to the ball.
The stunning design also features flowers throughout and pastel watercolours that brings the scene to life.
The mural of the fairytale completely transforms the room and made the space look like an entirely different.
Athena is the couple's third daughter, following Venezuela, 11, and Valencia Amber, three.
They also have three boys – Prince John James, eight, Prince Tyson II, four, and two-year-old Prince Adonis Amaziah.
Paris and Tyson have spoken about how their newest child is a "fighter just like daddy" after spending the first two weeks of her life in intensive care.
"Yes! A fighter just like her Dad!" Paris told fans on Instagram.
"Our beautiful girl Athena Fury. Had scared us all terrible in her 1st 2 weeks of life but thankfully she is fit and well and home."
In one of the updates posted by Tommy he said: "Thank you to God and thank you to all the doctors and nurses who have helped her.
"Big shoutout to the people of Liverpool, they've been so welcoming."
The Furys also set up a GoFundMe page for the Alder Hey Family House Trust in Liverpool, with the aim of raising £50K.
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