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Conor McGregor has announced he's a dad once again, after his fiancée Dee Devlin gave birth to their third child, as son called Rían.
UFC champ McGregor, 32, took to Instagram to make the announcement of Monday afternoon, as he shared a snap of himself posing with his new bundle of joy.
Captioning the adorable snap, he wrote: 'The McGregor Clan is now a family of 5 ❤️Healthy baby boy delivered!
Baby and Mammy Wonder Woman are doing great!
It's a boy!
Conor McGregor has announced he's a dad once again, after his fiancée Dee Devlin gave birth to their third child, as son called Rían
'God I thank you for everything you give to me and my family in this world. My new born son, Rían McGregor ❤️.'
Late last year, McGregor announced Dee's pregnancy as he posted a picture of the family clad in matching Christmas pyjamas holding an ultrasound scan.
The Irish mixed martial artist uploaded the snap alongside longtime love Dee, 33, and their two children on Instagram.
He captioned the picture: 'Happy Christmas everyone, from my family to yours.
So much to look forward to in 2021'.
Proud papa: In announcing the baby's birth, McGregor wrote, 'Healthy baby boy delivered!
Baby and Mammy Wonder Woman are doing great!' Pictured with fiancée Dee Devlin
The retired MMA fighter has two children - son Conor Junior, who turned four earlier this month, and daughter Croia, two.
In the picture, the family posed in front of Christmas decorations with their dog to show off their new arrival.
The elder of the two children appeared to be holding the scan picture as the family beamed at the news.
The couple announced their engagement on August 8 after being in a relationship for 12 years.
Back in December, Conor announced that he and Dee were expecting another baby in a post shared on Instagram over the yuletide season
Earlier this month, McGregor and his partner celebrated their son Conor Junior's fourth birthday in style during their trip to Dubai.
The couple showered their eldest child with his own £500 Lamborghini Centenario, which he drove into the garden of the accommodation they stayed at in the UAE.
Mini Conor was also treated to a mini-zoo, action heroes, a bouncy castle and a painting session before the couple welcome their third child.
It's been quite the celebratory month for McGregor, as he made the top of Forbes' Athletes Rich List in style on Thursday.
Love: They announced their engagement on August 8 after being in a relationship for 12 years.
Pictured together in September 2020
He was awarded the number one spot after he made a gigantic £127 million over the last 12 months.
Conor took to Instagram following the announcement and shared snaps of himself enjoying a cake which had Conor's magazine shoot and the words 'highest paid athlete in the world' on the icing.
The decadent cake was piped with chocolate icing and had strawberries and blueberries at the corners.
Proud of his achievements in both the UFC world and his whiskey enterprise, Conor took a photo of the dessert next to boxing gloves and his branded drink.
Good times: Earlier this month, McGregor and his partner celebrated their son Conor Junior's fourth birthday in style during their trip to Dubai
Conor couldn't resist holding two gold balloons which said: '#1' and 'proud of you'.
McGregor made the £127 million over the past 12 months, including £112 million outside the Octagon thanks mainly to him selling the remaining stake in his Proper 12 whiskey company.
He made just £15 million from inside the Octagon, having lost his rematch to Dustin Poirier in January this year in Abu Dhabi.
Taking to Twitter, Conor wrote: 'Baby we did it!!
Uimhir a Haon. Thank you Forbes for recognising my role as an entrepreneur! It was a dream to lead this list with so many successful athletes! Onwards and Slot Online upwards we go.'
Shy: Junior covered his face as he joined his parents and sister Croia, two, in cutting his Spider-Man themed birthday cake
McGregor, as well as selling his whiskey company, also came up trumps thanks to his endorsements, adding DraftKings, video game Dystopia: Contest of Heroes, and the lifestyle brand Roots of Fight to his growing portfolio.
It represents only the third time ever that an athlete has raked in more than £49.5 million from outside the sport while competing, following in the footsteps of Tiger Woods and Roger Federer.
McGregor is the first UFC star to have topped the yearly Forbes list, and the only Irishman to do so.
The fighter will go head-to-head with rival Dustin Poirier on July 10 after McGregor was defeated in a knockout in Abu Dhabi in January.
Rich list: McGregor celebrated being the top of Forbes' Athletes Rich List in style on Thursday
'Highest paid athlete in the world': He took to Instagram following the announcement and shares snaps of himself enjoying a cake which had his magazine shoot on the top
'Onwards and upwards we go': Taking to Twitter, he wrote, 'Baby we did it!!
Uimhir a Haon. Thank you Forbes for recognising my role as an entrepreneur!'