As the UFC star departs Miami for a European vacation, Conor McGregor whisks Dee Devlin and their children away on a luxury private plane to Rome.

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As the UFC star departs Miami for a European vacation, Conor McGregor whisks Dee Devlin and their children away on a luxury private plane to Rome.

CONOR MCGREGOR has taken his family to Rome for a European vacation after their stay in the United States.

After injuring his leg in his UFC 264 trilogy bout with Dustin Poirier, the former two-division UFC champion lived it up in America for over three months.

McGregor and his fiancee Dee Devlin were based in Los Angeles at first, but then moved their American headquarters to Miami.

However, The Notorious B.I.G. and his young family are set to visit the Eternal City as a final stop before returning to Ireland.

On Wednesday, the UFC’s poster boy posted photographs to his Instagram story of himself, Devlin, son Conor Jr., and daughter Croia boarding a private jet.

The Dubliner tweeted a couple more photos once onboard the luxurious plane, including one of himself and a happy Devlin holding two glasses of Proper 12.

The flight path depicted on the screen behind them was set towards Rome, as eagle-eyed witnesses saw.

McGregor, 33, is back on his feet and making remarkable progress in his rehabilitation just three months after his catastrophic leg break.

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And the MMA legend’s manager recently told SunSport that he’s recovering faster than doctors expected.

Audie Attar, CEO of Paradigm Sports Management, told SunSport: “He’s a few days ahead of schedule.

“Not only did we get our x-ray results, but we also got our ultrasound and CT scan results.

“And when I look at the x-ray image personally, it’s healing so nicely.

“He’s barely been out of surgery for ten and a half weeks and is already walking.

“And he’s doing things we don’t want him to do, like throwing out the first pitch at a Cubs game.”

He’s a few days ahead of schedule.

Later, Attar added: “Apart from that, he’s in a terrific mood. He appears to be in fantastic health.

“One thing I try to encourage Conor is, “You’ve already earned your legacy.” Nobody expects you to prove anything to them.'” ‘In terms of money, you’ll never have to battle again in your life.’ Because we’ve created incredible enterprises.'” He’s a businessman, and we’re continuing to not just set precedence, but also pave the path for all sportsmen. All athletes, not only MMA fighters.

“He’s a fierce competitor, man. ‘I’m not thinking about the UFC,’ he says.

“‘Whatever. I’m not thinking about getting into a fight. ‘However, I’m going back there.'” So, if the first pitch is any sign of what’s to come, and God willing, the healing process continues in the right direction, he’ll want to compete again.

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