CONOR McGregor has thanked cops for looking after his family while in the US for the Super Bowl.
The UFC star shared a snap of himself holding his newborn child while Dee Devlin walks ahead pushing a pram surrounded by Atlanta police.
He wrote on Instagram: “Thank you Atlanta Law Enforcement for taking care of my family in your great city.”
It is the first time Dee has been pictured since Terri Murray claimed she slept with Conor after meeting at the Aintree Grand National in April 2017.
The 26-year-old, from Liverpool, wants the Dublin brawler to take a DNA test to prove that he is her daughter’s daddy.
McGregor, worth an estimated £74.4million, has denied he is one-year-old Clodagh’s dad and insists Terri slept with someone else.
She said: “We slept together. To be honest there was no sleep, we were not sleeping, do you know what I mean?”
Previously, the mum said she doesn’t want money from the the former two-weight UFC world champion but wants to prove he’s the father of her baby.
Terri told the Daily Mirror: “I just want to prove he is Clodagh’s dad and I’m not lying.
“If he gets that DNA test, I’ve said ‘You never have to speak to me again, you can walk away’.”
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She was pictured close to her Liverpool home on November 30, 2017 when she was seven months pregnant – allegedly with the UFC superstar’s child.
Dee gave birth to the couple’s second child in January.
McGregor twinned with his toddler son in purple suits at the Super Bowl on Sunday night.
He was seen giving thumbs up to the crowd and high-fiving fans on the sideline.
And they even managed to chat to It’s My Life star Bon Jovi while at the game.