TYSON and Paris Fury ended their luxury French holiday with a cheap flight back to the UK.
Tyson Fury and his family enjoyed a nice getaway in Cannes this weekCredit: GETTY
The Fury’s stayed on a £18,000-a-night yachtCredit: CLICK AND BOAT
A personal chef was on board to cater to the family’s every needCredit: INSTAGRAM
The Furys had a whale of a time on the pricey vesselCredit: SPLASH
But the family opted to take a budget airline flight back to Manchester instead of a private jetCredit: BackGrid
Paris was on buggy duty as they made the Furys made their way through Nice airportCredit: BackGrid
The family soaked up the sun on a beautiful yacht – which cost a whopping £18,000 per night.
But they didn’t splash out on a private jet for their trip home, instead opting to take a regular flight back to the UK from Nice.
Just hours after their final night on the luxurious yacht – which had a Jacuzzi, a glorious living room and a swanky dining room onboard – the Furys were spotted checking in for a Jet2 flight back to Old Blighty.
Former unified heavyweight champ Tyson joined dad John on several runs – which they went on to offset the French alcohol they enjoyed.
And it likely won’t be too long before he’s back in the gym training – despite his apparent retirement.
Tyson teased the end of his storied career after his brutal sixth-round knockout of Dillian Whyte at Wembley last month.
But the Gypsy King has yet to confirm his retirement or vacate the prestigious WBC heavyweight title.
The Mexican sanctioning body, however, won’t pressure the Brit to make a decision on his future for a whole YEAR.
WBC president Mauricio Sulaiman said: “We have one year to have the next mandatory fight.
“At this moment, we will wait for the decision of Tyson Fury and then we will either do a series of fights – a boxing tournament – going into a final elimination.
“But at this time we’re going to wait because we don’t know the specific circumstances.”
Fury, 33, has no intention of setting foot inside the ring again – despite a lucrative undisputed showdown with the winner of Anthony Joshua’s high-stakes rematch with Oleksandr Usyk being on the cards.
Tyson Fury teased retirement after his brutal sixth-round KO of Dillian WhyteCredit: AFP
But he’s yet to vacate the prestigious WBC heavyweight titleCredit: GETTY
But AJ promoter Eddie Hearn is adamant the fan favourite’s fighting days are far from over.
He told iFL TV: “It’s very easy for Tyson to go back and go, ‘Look, I’m just gonna have some time now.
“‘Let me just think about what I’m going to do.
“‘I know I said that after the fight, but let me have some time.’ And they shouldn’t strip him, of course not.
“He doesn’t have to retire, he doesn’t have to give them a decision when his next fight is just yet. He’s just boxed.
“So everything is done properly, but, of course, we all know he’s not retiring.
“So I expect to see him fight the winner of Joshua-Usyk in December.”
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