Tyson Fury’s children hilariously gatecrashed the WBC champion’s home workout on Instagram.

The ‘Gypsy King’ has encouraged the nation to abide by Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s measures amid the coronavirus pandemic and is broadcasting live workouts to help people stay positive and active.

“I said I’d do a live video of training and that’s what I’m gonna do,” Fury said. “Every day I’m gonna do a live video of me doing a bit of training and everybody can join in if they want.

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“I’m gonna be doing two sessions a day because we’ve got nothing else to do.

“I’m gonna stay indoors, I’m not gonna go out and spread this disease, I’m gonna stay in and do what the Prime Minister says.”

However, before long the workout descended into a brilliant informal dance-off as Fury’s wife Paris and two children, Venezuela and Prince, joined in the fun.

Fury, who stopped Deontay Wilder in the seventh round of their heavyweight rematch, will be streaming twice a day during the nationwide lockdown.

He ended the clip by adding: “I hope you’ve all enjoyed that, I’ve got a bit of a sweat on.

“I’m going to be doing two sessions per day because we’ve got nothing else to do.

“I’m going to stay indoors and I’m not going to go out and spread this disease, I’m going to do what the Prime Minister says.”

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