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con-aco Conor McGregor filmed doing 'goose step' march at Monaco marina

The MMA star is in the French Riviera to collect his brand new €3 million custom Lamborghini super yacht.


Irish MMA star Conor McGregor was spotted by a fan doing the 'goose step' in Monaco.

The Crumlin native was filmed doing the military march during which legs are kept straight while being kicked out.

The video shows the 36-year-old wearing red shorts and runners as he walks along the marina as a bodyguard appears to shadow him from nearby.

McGregor flew to the French Riviera to collect his new €3 million custom Lamborghini super yacht.

The UFC star officially took ownership of the 63-foot-long Lamborghini Technomar, nicknamed the “supercar of the sea”, last week after seven months of waiting for the vessel to be ready.

His fiancée Dee Devlin joined him to mark the occasion and brought along their three children: Conor Jr (4), Croía (3), and baby Rían, who the couple welcomed last May.

McGregor admitted that he was still “trying to find the words” to express his delight as he shared the first photo of the yacht on his Instagram page on Sunday.

In the snap, the Dubliner can be seen admiring his new toy as it sat docked in the marina.

Later that evening, he posted a series of photos of him taking the yacht out for a drive on the Mediterranean Sea.

McGregor looked the part of captain as he wore an orange and blue striped Ralph Lauren polo shirt worth €119, a pair of white shorts, and a boater hat.

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Other photos showed the boat sailing along the turquoise sea as well as Dee and the kids waving to McGregor from the yacht’s upper deck.

He then shared a professional compilation video of the yacht’s first time at sea, where he can be seen speeding along behind the wheel with an entourage beside him.

"I am honoured to secure the Number 12 edition of just 63 to be made,” he revealed on Instagram last year.

“1963 being the year Lamborghini first began, and 12 being, well you know Twelve!” he said, referencing his hometown postcode of Dublin 12.

"Thank you Giuseppe Constantino and the entire team at “The Italian Sea Group” for your amazing work! Excited to see the finished result during next seasons yachting season.”

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