TYSON FURY revealed his newborn baby girl is off a ventilator and doing 'a lot, lot better' after being in intensive care.
The heavyweight world champion shared the news that his daughter Athena was taken to ICU after she was born.
But he provided a positive update only a day later as he held her in his arms.
Fury, 32, said: "Hi guys, the baby's doing fantastic, a lot, lot better, she's off the ventilator she's doing good.
"Look, she's really lovely."
Fury also revealed he set up a GoFundME page for donations to the Ronald McDonald House Liverpool to thank them for their amazing work.
And even better, the unbeaten boxer signed two WBC belts and offered any donators the chance to win them.
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So far in the opening hour, the donation page has reached just over £12,000, with a target set of £50,000.
Newborn Athena is Fury and wife Paris' third daughter – following Venezuela, 11, and Valencia Amber, three.
Their boys are Prince John James, eight, Prince Tyson II, four, and one-year-old Prince Adonis Amaziah.
Paris shared a video of boxing-mad Fury keeping an eye on proceedings at Eddie Hearn's Fight Camp from the hospital on Saturday night.
The short clip was captioned with a laughing emoji: "Even in this situation he's watching the boxing."
Family man Fury claimed last month that he wants another five kids with Paris ahead of Athena's arrival.
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