TYSON FURY was spotted grinning as he emerged from a coffee shop in Wilmslow today.
The Gypsy King nipped into the cafe while wife Paris waited nearby in their luxury Rolls Royce.
Tyson Fury was spotted smiling as he popped into a coffee shop in WilmslowCredit: Zenpix
The Gypsy King emerged with a coffee each for him and wife ParisCredit: Zenpix
Fury was seen strolling back to the car with two coffees and a bag of goodies.
But Paris was subject to two unwelcome visitors as a pair of traffic wardens were seen hovering around the swanky motor.
The couple also took the plush vehicle for a wash at a nearby car wash.
Last week, Fury was spotted again – this time jogging along the seafront at Bournemouth beach.
The WBC heavyweight world champ was seen running with a pal before joining a mass of mourners at the funeral of a well-known gypsy.
Tyson was wearing a black vest with “Gypsy King” on the back in gold as he broke a sweat on the scorching day.
Passers by had to double take as the 6ft 9in heavyweight star casually jogged past while chin-wagging with a mate.
Paris waited in their luxury Rolls Royce as two traffic wardens hovered nearbyCredit: Zenpix
They also took the motor for a wash nearbyCredit: Zenpix
Fury had travelled 300 miles from his home in Morecambe to Dorset to pay his respects to the late Michael White, who died aged 80.
Mr White’s sons, Michael, 58, and Tony, 56, are close friends with Tyson’s dad John and they saw the future boxing champion grow up.
Elsewhere, Anthony Joshua offered a cheeky middle finger salute as Fury fans chanted “There’s only one Tyson Fury” at the multi-belt heavyweight champ.
Joshua is relaxing in Spain ahead of training camp for his fight against Kubrat Pulev in November.
On his way into Opium Beach Club, Marbella, rival fans started singing ‘There’s only one Tyson Fury’ at the superstar.
After posing for selfies with fans Joshua laughed at the chant and offered a light-hearted middle finger in response.
He then made his way inside the club with his pals.
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AJ is heading for a showdown with rival Fury in 2021 – but first both have dangerous fights they must get through.
Joshua will face Pulev, his IBF mandatory challenger, with the Gypsy King taking on Deontay Wilder for a third time in December.
Both Joshua and Fury have to win to meet each other for what will be one of the biggest fights ever.
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