Conor McGregor’s sisters enjoy the high life in Las Vegas

Conor McGregor's sisters enjoy the high life in Vegas

Team Mc Gregor all day every day

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Conor McGregor may have lost his landmark fight with Floyd Mayweather last week - but his sisters are finding plenty to celebrate.

Despite losing the match through a technical knockout in the tenth round, the UFC fighter received a payout of £77 million, and sisters Aoife and Erin appear to have been handed a share of the spoils.

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Between them, the pair have 125,000 followers on Instagram, and have been busy sharing pictures of their glamorous lifestyle.

Over the weekend, for example, they enjoyed a pool party at the at the Aria Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, both wearing matching 'Team McGregor' black swimsuits.

Other posts include snaps of Rolex watches, expensive handbags and designer gear.

Vegas we on our way👊🏻 #teammcgregor

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We love a bit of designer 😂😂 #gucci #ysl #alaia

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The family comes from humble beginnings, with Conor having spent time on benefits before his fighting career took off.

Erin, 34, has been working as a hairdresser - she cuts Conor's locks - but has a second career as a bikini and fitness model. Meanwhile, thirty-year-old Aoife works for a digger company.

And they're clearly making the most of the high life, posting pictures of Gucci outfits, champagne and celebrity parties.

However, Erin and Aoife are now on their way back from Vegas to Ireland - by private jet again, naturally.

Pool party #teammcgregor @honeybeeswim thank you for our amazing swimsuits

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Conor's already treated nine friends and family to a shopping spree, splashing out on clothes and shoes. He's bought Erin a Louis Vuitton handbag and even a white BMW.

"Whenever I was low Conor was on the other end of the phone," she tells the Sunday World.

"I remember him saying: 'No-one realises what it's like until they've done it themselves.' We forged this mutual respect that I suppose we never had before."

According to BBC Sport, Conor is believed to have made a whopping £77 million from the fight - around £2.3 million a minute. The payout is expected to bump him up to the top of the Forbes list of richest sportsmen.

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