Conor McGregor shares adorable breakfast with young daughter as UFC star prepares to face Dustin Poirier in third fight

UFC superstar Conor McGregor has shared an adorable photo of himself having breakfast with his daughter Croia.

The UFC's poster boy and his family recently enjoyed a prolonged warm getaway from the cold weather in Ireland.

And it would appear McGregor made the most of his downtime by spending it with his children.

On Wednesday morning, the Irishman shared a snap of himself and daughter Croia, 2, having brekky to Instagram.

The post's accompanying caption read: "Breakfast date with my princess."

Doting father McGregor, who is expecting a third child with fiancee Dee Devlin, is no stranger to sharing snaps of his young children.

The proud dad regular shares photos of his eldest child, Conor Jr, and Croia on social media.

McGregor, 32, is about to begin his training camp for his trilogy fight with former featherweight rival Dustin Poirier.


The pride of Dublin is set to meet the former interim lightweight champion on July 10 in the main event of UFC 264.

The UFC's first simultaneous two-division titleholder suffered a second-round KO defeat to the fan favourite in their January showdown at UFC 257.

And he's vowed to learn from the mistakes he made in their rematch, in which he had his lead leg crushed by brutal calf kicks.

Last weekend, he wrote on Twitter and Instagram: "The fight is booked!

"July 10th you’re gonna see what the Mac is about. Adjust and f**king destroy."

Defeat to Poirier has lit a fire under McGregor, who plans to return to his spartan training regime ahead of their rubber match.

When recently reflecting on the eighth anniversary of the weigh-in for his UFC debut, he tweeted: "My UFC debut I found out 9 weeks out.

"I took a week to get right from not training/partying, and then 8 weeks out I moved to my sisters apt which was close to the gym.

"I woke up, trained, walked back to [the] apartment, ate my meals and rested, trained again, back to apt, sleep, repeat.

"Double skills work. I also didn’t take rest days unless I absolutely had to.

"Not one. Not even a Sunday. I will take this approach again for my comeback fight.

"I didn’t become UFC champ champ with this method but I did become UFC 145 champion.

"Also the Cage Warriors champ champ."

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