Conor McGregor Shares First Picture of Son And He’s Huge

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Conor McGregor’s shared the first picture of his son and he’s absolutely massive.

The UFC star posted a picture of his new born son, Conor McGregor Jr and long-term girlfriend Dee Devlin letting fans know that both mum and baby were doing well.

He captioned it: 

Dee and Junior are doing great everyone! Thank you for all the kind words, I am one proud and blessed Daddy.

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Despite being up for less than an hour at the time of writing the post has clocked up over 400,000 likes and over 8,000 comments.

Conor McGregor Jr was born yesterday  in the Coombe Maternity Hospital and Junior seems to take after his dear old dad though weighing 8 pounds 14 ounces, a whole pound more than the average baby.

Tony McGregor, the baby’s granddad, confirmed the baby’s birth and and spoke of the family’s delight.

In the hoppo not there yet ??

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He said:

There’s great news for the McGregor’s and the Devlins. Baby Conor Jack McGregor was delivered last night at 8pm in the Coombe Hospital

The parents are absolutely over the moon and everyone is healthy.

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Being big isn’t the only thing Conor Jr has going for him, he’s also got a verified Instagram account with nearly 40,000 followers despite the fact he’s posted absolutely zero pictures as he’s currently a day old.

It’s expected that McGregor Sr will spend as much time with his son as possible before heading back into the Octagon to potentially fight former boxer Floyd Mayweather


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