Tyson Fury donned a suit with his own face printed on it as he surprised fans at his wife Paris’ book signing at the Trafford Centre in Manchester on Wednesday.
The boxer, 33, wore the quirky ensemble with a black shirt and a purple tie as he posed for pictures with Paris.
Meanwhile, the mum of six, 31, looked glam in a zebra print jacket with black jeans and silver trainers at the event, which was held in a Waterstones bookshop.
Tyson later signed a young fan’s boxing gloves and posed with a smile on his face and his hand in a fist.
The pair smiled for photographs together while holding copies of the book Love and Fury.
The book, which is out on Thursday, will spill the beans on what life is like being married to the heavyweight boxer.
She writes about Tyson’s struggles with depression, OCD and alcohol and how she copes being a hands-on mother to their children.
She recently spoke on This Morning about the new release saying: ‘I was asked a couple of times to do this book and I said no. But then out and about on the street, I’ve been asked hundreds of times how we cope at home with his mental health…
‘I’ve answered and I put it all in the book, being a parent, a mother, our crazy life, I wanted to put all there.’
Paris then went onto reveal she hid a miscarriage from her husband before he was set to take to the boxing ring.
She said Tyson had been preparing for the comeback fight for two and a half years when she discovered she was losing their unborn child.
Speaking with presenters Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield about her decision to keep the news a secret.
She explained she briefly kept the devastating news to herself because she didn’t want to ‘derail’ her husband from the fight which lay ahead of him that day.
Paris also said that she broke down in her car in a bid to cope with the devastating news before supporting Tyson ahead of the milestone fight.
‘He (Tyson), had just gone through all his issues and he was having his first comeback fight. He hadn’t fought in two and a half years because of all that.’
She added: ‘I was about eight weeks pregnant. Then on the day of the fight I knew I’d lost our baby.’
‘I didn’t mention it to Tyson before he went in the ring. Then straight after I told him and the next day we went to the hospital and it was confirmed’.
‘Five weeks later we fell pregnant again.’