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Tyson Fury’s wife Paris trademarks her name as she prepares to launch beauty range and handbag line

TYSON Fury's wife Paris has trademarked her name as she prepares to launch a beauty range and handbag line.

The mum-of-five, 30, filed papers with the Intellectual Property Office last month to potentially use her name to market hundreds of products across nine business classes.

If her application is approved, Paris will be able to sell beauty products such as soaps, skin care creams and hair colourants, makeup and cosmetic kits and computer games, jewellery, books, posts, calendars and diaries.

The boxing wag is also seeking to secure her name to sell leather and imitation leather goods such as travelling bags, wallets and purses.

While the remaining two classes of her application cover gymnastic and sporting goods, jigsaw puzzles and education services.

Paris is regularly seen out and about with a designer handbag on her arm.

Her collection includes seven Chanel 2.55 bags in black, white, green, pink, yellow, blue and red, each of which retail for around £4,362.

In another big business move, Paris has joined the board of her husband’s boxing firm – Tyson Fury Limited.

The WBC heavyweight champ has a raft of goods for sale under Gypsy King and You Big Dosser.

He is also set to expand his business operations with new trademark applications in his name.

The couple married in 2008 – having met when Paris was 15 years old and Tyson was 17.

They live in a £550,000 home in Morecambe with their kids Venezuela, 10, Prince John James, eight, Prince Tyson Fury II, three, Valencia Amber, two, and Prince Adonis Amaziah, who turns one this year.

They shared fitness workouts during lockdown and gave fans a glimpse inside their live in a three-part ITV documentary earlier this year.

Despite now running Tyson's boxing firm together, the couple’s trademarks are in their own names rather than business Tyson Fury Limited.

It was set up in 2013 and held £6.6m as at 31 March 2019.

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