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Park Life Conor McGregor flaunts €4,000 Prada 'pyjamas' during family day out

The Notorious and his longtime love Dee took their children Conor Jr and Croía to a playground near their Dublin home for a post-Christmas day out

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Conor McGregor and Dee Devlin (Conor McGregor/Instagram)

Conor McGregor and Dee Devlin (Conor McGregor/Instagram)

Conor McGregor and Dee Devlin (Conor McGregor/Instagram)

Conor McGregor and Dee Devlin have stepped out in more than €7,000 worth of designer gear after driving to a local park in a Lamborghini for a family day out.

The Notorious and his longtime love Dee took their children Conor Jr (4) and Croía (3) out to a playground near their Dublin home.

And while there was no sign of their youngest child Rian, who was born in May, they were joined by McGregor’s mother Margaret.

Taking to Instagram on Tuesday, the UFC star shared some snaps from their special day, including a photo of his snuggling up to Dee on a park bench as well as pictures of the kids having a ball on the swings.

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(Conor McGregor/Instagram)

(Conor McGregor/Instagram)

(Conor McGregor/Instagram)

He also flaunted his luxury watch from behind the wheel of his ride for the day, a Lamborghini, which he drove around his native Dublin.

The 33-year-old donned a matching Prada knit jumper (worth €1,250), trousers (€1,550), and hat (€420) paired with some gleaming white Prada trainers (which cost €790).

Dee opted for a white Prada puffer jacket (worth a whopping €2,300), black tracksuit bottoms, a Chanel beanie, and some Chanel trainers retailing for £860 (€1022).

However, McGregor’s expensive Prada outfit raised a few eyebrows online, with one follower asking: “How much does it cost to look that ridiculous?”

Others laughed that Conor’s ensemble looked more like pyjamas than a designer tracksuit.

“Cool pyjamas,” one sarcastic follower joked.

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The Crumlin native has been fitting as much family time as possible as he continues to recover from the leg injury he sustained during his trilogy fight against Dustin Poirer during the summer.

He broke his leg during the first round of UFC 264, leading the American to win the fight, his second win against the Dubliner following his stoppage win in January of this year.

McGregor returned to training ahead of his return to the UFC, declaring that his comeback will be the “greatest of all time.”

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