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Roma-therapy Conor McGregor brandishes bottle of his Proper Twelve whiskey as he jets to Rome

The former two-weight champion is also picking up his new luxury Lamborghini yacht while in Italy

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Conor poses with partner Dee Devlin on the jet

Conor poses with partner Dee Devlin on the jet

Conor poses with partner Dee Devlin on the jet

Conor McGregor declared  ‘don't forget the essentials' as he brandished a bottle of his Proper Twelve whisky while boarding a private jet on his way to Rome with his family. 

Conor and his partner Dee Devlin have flown out to the Italian capital with their three children for baby Rian's christening in the Vatican.

The former two-weight champion is also picking up his new luxury Lamborghini yacht while in Italy.

The Dubliner shared a number of photos on his Instagram story as his family got on a private plane to Europe for his first trip back over this side of the Atlantic since his trilogy fight loss to Dustin Poirier in July.

He tweeted: "My last weekend in the U.S before I head to Italy to christen my son Rían in the Vatican and to take delivery of my new Lamborghini yacht too. Fun times!"

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McGregor brought his whiskey

McGregor brought his whiskey

McGregor brought his whiskey

He also recently posted a tweet that simply read: "St. Lamborghini yacht day," and “Lambo down the Liffey” alongside a picture showing various plans for the super yacht.

It was also recently revealed how the MMA star’s Black Forge Inn pub will create jobs and attract visitors to his native Crumlin in Dublin if plans for its redevelopment go ahead.

According to planning documents lodged with Dublin City Council, the consultant for the project, Kevin Hughes, told the council that the proposed development will not result in any undue impact on neighbours.

In documents filed with the City Council, Mr Hughes has stated that the works for the Crumlin pub comprise of a part-one part-two storey extension to the back of the pub.

Last year, McGregor bought The Black Forge Inn for €2 million and has already spent a further €1 million upgrading it.

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