HEAVYWEIGHT champion boxer, Tyson Fury, has shared an adorable picture as his family enjoyed a day out in Lancashire earlier this week.

The family of eight, who live in Morecambe, posed outside the Morecambe Hotel & Restaurant on Lord Street.

Paris posted the snap to her story and said she enjoyed a “lovely day out with the family”.

The Bolton News: Tyson and Paris Fury with their six children. (Photo: Instagram/@tysonfury)Tyson and Paris Fury with their six children. (Photo: Instagram/@tysonfury)

Tyson also posted the picture to his 5.6 million followers with an inspirational caption attached.

He said: “The only things we truly have is moments in time. How will you spend yours? #morecambebay.”

It’s not the only time the Fury family have been spotted at the hotel and restaurant and are regulars at the establishment.

In March, staff even served Tyson as well as his brother and former Love Island star, Tommy Fury, breakfast.

Posting to their Instagram, the business wrote: “Here at the Morecambe Hotel we're proud to serve a breakfast worthy of Champions.

“Available 7am-10am, seven days a week.”

The Morecambe Hotel and Restaurant has a long history in the area and was first built as a coaching inn back in 1828.

It was relaunched in 2015 and was “transformed into a destination location” with a large bar, restaurant and boutique style accommodation.

The restaurant’s menu is described as modern but with an “irresistible twist”.

The lunch menu, served Monday-Saturday, includes Herdwick’s mint lamb hotpot, beer battered haddock and chips, smoked haddock and Lancashire cheese fishcake and more.

Sunday lunch is also not to be missed with Cumbrian roast topside of beef and duo of Cumbrian lamb on the menu.

If you want to get your very own “breakfast of champions”, a full English, eggs benedict, pancakes and more are on the menu.

In April, Tyson enjoyed a happy homecoming as he retained his WBC heavyweight title with a sensational sixth-round stoppage of British rival Dillian Whyte at a packed out Wembley Stadium.

After the victory, he announced plans to retire in his Morecambe hometown.

Tyson moved from Wythenshawe to Morecambe Bay around 14 years ago after his uncle asked him to come for a week and get some training in over Christmas; what began as a week stay turned into a permanent move.

He now lives here with his wife, Paris, and his six children.

Tyson has playfully nicknamed the area Alcatraz, which is based on an infamous island in California once home to a federal prison.

 “I call it Alcatraz because if you go that way you hit water,” he said In a YouTube video on The Overlap channel.

“You’ve got to drive an hour to Manchester and an hour to Liverpool

“It’s the last point of civilisation for me and I need that.”