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Conor McGregor turned his son's christening into a music video for 'Juicy' by The Notorious B.I.G.

This is peak Conor McGregor.

Conor Jr's Christening! @augustxmcgregor

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EARLIER THIS WEEK, Conor McGregor released a couple of pictures from his child’s wildly over the top christening party.

It came as no surprise that McGregor’s four-month-old child’s christening was far more ostentatious than most people’s weddings. Now the entire event has been immortalised in a video for Biggie’s track ‘Juicy’. Let’s hope he learned from the Jenner’s and asked Biggie’s mam for permission.

The video opens with Conor and his girlfriend Dee Devlin being escorted into the church.

It appears that they are now so rich that they pay people to carry umbrellas for them.

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Then you get to see the very moment that Conor McGregor Jr. is baptised.

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And you get a glimpse of his tiny white suit too.

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Then the family move to Luttrellstown Castle, the venue of David and Victoria Beckham’s wedding in 1999.

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It genuinely looked like it had been decked out for a wedding too.

PastedImage-31951 Source: Conor McGregor/Facebook

They mess around in the carnival they hired for a bit.

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Then we get a glimpse of the banquet, where guests were reportedly kept on a social media ban to keep things private. Just in case anybody was thinking about tweeting “There are babies watching Peppa Pig at the dining table at Conor McGregor’s party.”

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The four-month-old baby may have been too young to have a clue what was going on during his christening, but at least now he has a Facebook video to look back on some day.

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