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The couple already had five children before the birth of Athena

Tyson Fury’s newborn daughter was dead for three minutes before ‘miracle’ workers resuscitated her, the boxer’s father reveals

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Tyson Fury‘s baby daughter was dead for three minutes before being resuscitated by ‘miracle workers’ at Liverpool children’s hospital.

The newborn is currently in intensive care, and while Athena is said to be ‘stable’, Tyson’s father John revealed that things had been touch.

‘It’s been a bit of a white knuckle ride, we’ve had a lot to deal with,’ John told BT Sport.

Shocking: Tyson Fury's baby daughter was dead for three minutes before being resuscitated by 'miracle workers' at Liverpool children's hospital

Shocking: Tyson Fury’s baby daughter was dead for three minutes before being resuscitated by ‘miracle workers’ at Liverpool children’s hospital 

‘But we’ve come out on the other side due to professionalism of Alder Hey Hospital in Liverpool, they’re the best children’s hospital in the country if not the world.

‘They’ve been really magnificent, they’ve really saved her life because she was dead for three minutes and they brought her back, it’s onwards and upwards from today.’

Earlier in the day, Tyson shared an update on his newborn daughter Athena’s condition, saying she has had a ‘stable day’ without using a breathing ventilator.

The boxer, 33, – who shares the little one with wife Paris, 31, – took to Instagram on Thursday to say that she was ‘doing well’ but is still in intensive care ‘for now’.

Devoted parents: The boxer, 33, - who shares the little one with wife Paris, 31, - took to Instagram on Thursday to say that she was 'doing well' but is still in intensive care 'for now' (pictured together in May)

Alongside a picture of her in hospital, he wrote: ‘Update for everyone. Baby Athena is doing well & has had a stable day off a ventilator, thanks to everyone for the prayers, still in ICU for now.

‘Thanks to all the DRs & nurses. God bless you all.’

Meanwhile, Tyson later shared a snap of his sweet birthday card ‘signed’ by his newborn daughter as he marked his 33rd birthday.

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