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Conor McGregor shared some of the photos from his son's huge christening party

Naturally, it was as over the top as everything else McGregor does.

Conor Jr's Christening! @augustxmcgregor

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CONOR MCGREGOR JUNIOR was born on the 5th of May 2017. The child is now a little over four months old.

In the first year of a kid’s life, most people barely even bother with proper Christmas presents, because the baby is too young to have a clue what’s going on. Christening parties tend to cater more to adults, again, since babies don’t really get what’s going on.

Fuck you money

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However, Conor McGregor earned about €63 million from his fight back in August and is pretty eager to spend it. Like somebody who just discovered that there’s a money cheat on The Sims, he provided every imaginable luxury for guests at his son’s christening.

There was a full carnival.

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The christening took place in the modest setting of Luttrellstown Castle.

This is where David and Victoria Beckham got married back in the day, so it’s a nice, casual spot for a christening.

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Where there was a full petting zoo with pigs and llamas.

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Conor McGregor Jr. can’t sit up on his own yet and isn’t much bigger than a guinea pig, but he seemed to have a good time.

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After spending thousands of euro on the venue, carnival, bouncy castles and petting zoo for the event, McGregor reportedly put his friends and family that attended the christening on a social media ban.

This ban meant phones weren’t allowed and staff at the castle were made to sign non-disclosure agreements to keep everything private.

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