Dee Devlin has delighted fans with her latest Instagram post.
The stylish mum, 28, used the social media platform to share a brilliant video of her son Conor Jr.
The clip begins begins with a shot of an outdoor patio on a sunny day.
But within seconds the tot – who recently turned one on May 5 – can be seen DRIVING past the camera in a mini-motorised porsche.
Little Conor Jr seems unbothered by the camera, keeping his eyes straight ahead.
He can be seen sitting in the electric car – a replica of one his father Conor McGregor drives – looking very cool with just one hand on the steering wheel.
Hilariously, Dee played a song in the background with the lyrics: “They see me rollin’, they hatin’, patrolling, they tryin’ to catch me ridin’ dirty.”
The adorable video delighted fans with one person commenting: “This is the cutest thing I’ve seen in a long time.”
Another added: “Baby Conor not even grown and is already 100% cooler and richer than me”.
A third said: “Like father like son”.
This comes as Dee’s partner Conor McGregor celebrated Straight Blast Gym teammate Cian Cowley’s win with a cheeky Instagram post.
Crowley picked up the win at the Brave 13 MMA event in Belfast on Saturday night. It brings his record to 1-1 after losing his debut and he and The Notorious had every right to celebrate afterwards, but they have bigger things to be worrying about coming up.
Both will appear in a New York court in relation to an alleged attack on a bus carrying UFC fighters earlier this year.
The two fighters were arrested following the incident, something McGregor mentioned in congratulating Cowley and said the jet bringing them back to the States leaves on Tuesday.
He posted on Instagram: “From the cells to the stadiums. Not a scratch. They done nothing.
“Jet leaves Tuesday my brother have a good one.”
The Notorious was named the fourth highest paid athlete in the world on the Forbes Rich List this week, but insists he would have been second had he fought in an agreed fight in Rio de Janiero.
He said: “Made it to number 4 on the Forbes list this year.
“If I had of (sic) fought on the agreed May 12th bout in Rio De Janeiro, I would have surpassed Ronaldo and Messi to take 2nd place. Something came up however…
“Ah well, still under 30.”
Source: Celebrity News Ireland