Paris Fury revealed on Loose Women on Tuesday that she and her boxer husband Tyson have agreed not to have any more children.
The couple are parents to Athena, born last August, Venezuela, 12, Prince John James, nine, Prince Tyson II, five, Valencia, four, and Princes Adonis Amaziah, two.
But the 32-year-old admits she always considered eight children to be her dream number.
Paris previously spoke about her daughter Athena’s traumatic birth and said she was ‘dying in her arms’ and ‘unresponsive’ at one point – she is now happy and healthy.
She discussed the complications with OK! magazine and said that doctors had tried to slow her heart rate down but this led to other complications.
Talking to the publication, she had said: ‘We went over and they sedated her and put her on an incubation where they put a tube down her throat to breathe.
‘They put her on tablets to slow her heart down and when they took her off the tube, they thought it was going to be normal. But I think the accumulation of sedatives, painkillers, beta blockers for her heart and everything was just too much.’
‘They took her off me, put her on the table and resuscitated her. Tyson came running in. It was horrific. They managed to get her heart going and everything stabilized.’
And talking about the experience on Loose Women, Paris said: ‘When we first got out of the hospital and we came home, Tyson said, “that’s it, we’ll not have any more.’
‘Not right now, and maybe never. But I’ve always wanted a big family. My friends say, “have you not got enough?” and I’m like, “I could have a few more”.’
She continued: ‘My granny had eight and I’ve always looked at that as the perfect family, but right now, it’s a no.’
Talking about their reality show, Meet The Fury’s, Paris said: ‘We said we wanted the world to see the real us.
‘It’s not perfect. We’re going through it all with the kids.
‘They have a famous parent and we’re going through it and we don’t know what’s right or what’s wrong.’
Paris also spoke about writing a book and said: ‘I don’t know what the fascination is, but whilst I’ve got fans, I’ll embrace it and I’ll do another one.’
She recently suffered criticism when it was revealed that Paris had taken her daughter, 12, out of school to follow the ‘traveller way’.
However, she reiterated that she has a tutor at home.
But defending herself, she said: ‘I got such a bad backlash, but I never went to high school.
‘I haven’t taken away her advantages. She will still sit her O-levels, [GCSE’s] and go into further education if that’s what she wants to do.
‘People look at it like I’ve taken her out of school, but I’ve not.’
She continued: ‘We finish school at primary age, which is the traditional traveler way. We’ve just brought the tradition into the 21st century.’
‘Venezuela wanted to leave school and all her (traveler) friends were leaving.’
Both Tyson and Paris were brought up with a traditional gypsy lifestyle, leaving school at 11 without any qualifications.
While Paris said she wants her children to be raised as she did, her husband describes parents who stop their children from going to school as ‘dream killers’.
‘Tyson wants the boys to go into education but I don’t; it’s just not what we’ve ever done,’ Paris explained in the documentary.
‘I was brought up as a Traveler and I want my kids to be brought up as Travelers. They will probably leave school at 11 and they’ll be educated at home from then.
‘The boys will take a wife and make their family and the girls will take a husband and make their family.
‘Until they take a husband or wife they won’t be leaving the home and I wouldn’t want them to, but for definite [eldest daughter] Venezuela won’t be.
‘Tyson’s idea is they have the best of the both worlds; the upbringing of a Traveler but the education of a non-Traveler – how powerful could you be?’
Her husband responded: ‘Do you think you live a Traveler’s lifestyle? Because I don’t. I think you live like a footballers’ wife.
‘You said it’s not something we have ever done. But I am a precedent setter am I not? Now I’ve set these laws and precedents you watch how many will follow. Watch!
‘The parents of these kids I call them dream killers. Because [they say] ‘Oh, you never get anywhere because you’re a traveler or because they don’t want you to do it.’
Both Tyson and Paris were born into Irish traveler families – Tyson in the Wythenshawe area of Manchester and Paris in Doncaster.
They met at a wedding at the age of 15 and started dating soon after her 16th birthday party.