The Furys fans unimpressed as they spot son pouring fizzy drink into his bottle

Fans of the Fury family are unimpressed after they spotted one of their sons pouring himself a fizzy drink.

Eagle-eyed viewers of their new show, At Home With The Furys, spotted their middle son, Prince, emptying a can of Dr Pepper into his baby bottle.

The famous family have let the Netflix cameras into their home to give fans a real insight into their lives with six children and a seventh on the way.

At the start of the second episode, the family were preparing for the christening of their youngest child, Athena – but as Paris Fury had her back turned, the young son took his chance to help himself to the fizzy drink.

His move got fans talking online, and they couldn't believe what they had seen from the youngster.

One said: "Tyson Fury’s kid tipping a can of Dr Pepper in the baby bottle when nobody looking ended me."

With another added: "Tyson's kid pouring Dr Pepper into a baby bottle" alongside a laughing emoji.

A third said: "Screaming at Tyson Fury's kids having Dr Pepper out of a bottle."

Another tweeted: "Personal highlight was the kid pouring an entire can of Dr Pepper into his baby bottle and then telling Tyson his bedtime story was s**t."

The Dr Pepper incident isn't the only thing that has stunned viewers so far this series.

Fans were left shocked when they discovered that mum Paris is 32 years old, and her husband Tyson is just 35 years old, yet they have six children.

However, viewers were also incredibly impressed with how the pair manage, with one saying online: "Thoroughly enjoying #AtHomeWithTheFurys Paris Fury is a total queen. Can’t believe she’s only 32."

Before the series kicked off on Netflix, the couple spoke exclusively with OK! all about their "chaotic" family life.

Tyson told us: "I’m one crazy, bald fat man no one can ever compete with.

"And then there’s Paris, the six kids, the dogs and my dad, who is TV gold. Number seven is coming in September. It’s a chaotic house, we just close the door and everyone’s screaming and shouting and you really appreciate bedtime!"

While Paris said: "Our life is much more different from other people’s and so they’ve always been very interested in what we’re doing.

“I wouldn’t like it quiet, I wouldn’t like the mundane. I always wanted a big family, lots of children and a full house. If it was any different I couldn’t imagine the quiet."

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