TYSON FURY and wife Paris posed as they took a train trip together days after making an emotional tribute to the Queen.
The childhood sweethearts were all smiles on the carriage which came after Paris shared a statement from the Royal Family to her Instagram story.
Thousands are flocking to London for Her Majesty’s funeral on Monday to pay their respects to Britain’s longest-reigned monarch.
The Furys did not reveal where they are travelling to, despite both paying tribute to the Queen.
After her passing was confirmed, Fury posted: “Thoughts & prayers with my Queen tonight, may God be with you.
“RIP. may the lord god grant u a good bed in heaven.”
Premier League football and the all women’s boxing bill at the O2 Arena were postponed as a result.
And Fury, 34, further paid his respect by putting talks with Anthony Joshua, 32, on hold over the weekend.
But on Tuesday, AJ’s managment company claimed they had accepted a 60/40 split to secure a December 3 fight in Wales.
His promoter Eddie Hearn met with Frank Warren’s son George and the pair have since been thrashing out a deal.
And Warren is now in a position to send off official paperwork but warned the fight is not guaranteed until both sign on the dotted line.
He said on talkSPORT: “The contracts are on their way.
“But I’m not going into great detail about this because we saw what happened last time round with people making statements and so forth and it all fell apart.
“This fight won’t be on until it’s signed, but everybody wants it to happen.
“There aren’t any obstacles in the way, so hopefully very quickly we can get it over the line, but until it’s signed, it’s not on.
“When you’re a promoter, you’re an optimist. That’s what you do.
“You’re in the business of trying to make events happen, so we’re all excited about it.
“I’m excited about it as a fight because I always felt that Tyson has the beating of AJ and now we’re gonna find out if we get this over the line.”