CONOR McGREGOR was on hand to personally deliver essential supplies to poorly children during the coronavirus pandemic.
The UFC superstar, 31, was kitted out in a tracksuit and Dolce & Gabbana trainers as he visited Crumlin Children's Hospital to drop off vital equipment and meet with staff.
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McGregor has pledged £920,000 to fight Covid-19 in his homeland, where there have been 1,232 deaths at the time of writing.
And the medics were clearly delighted to have the fighting hero pay a visit, with one making a love-heart shape with her hands as she posed for a picture with the MMA icon.
McGregor – who could take on boxing king Canelo Alvarez in a fight – vowed to donate the huge amount after replying to a Twitter post from Paschal Donohoe, the Irish minister for finance.
It was announced last month that 50,000 masks had been delivered as a consequence of McGregor's pledge.
And it is believed his cash is also going towards cardiac monitors and oxygen equipment.
Michael Sheridan, CEO of the Mercy Hospital, wrote on Twitter: "Huge thanks to @NotoriousMMA for donating thousands of pieces of #COVID19 PPE to @MercyCork #FrontLineHeroes.
"Some very happy porters collected these this morning at our @MercyfoundCork offices."
Clinical director Kieran O'Connor also expressed his gratitude, with the message: "Enormous thanks to @NotoriousMMA for his support with massive PPE donation for COVID19 @MercyCork."
McGregor retweeted a photo of himself at the hospital to his 8 million followers.
And Mary Leahy, the founding member of Heroes Aid, the charity that made sure McGregor's money procured vital equipment, praised the Irishman's help.
She said: "Your donation was a very welcome and positive contribution Conor.
"It was certainly my 1st time ever having a role in spending a million..hope it wont be my last!
"The hard work started many weeks ago… give a women €1.3 million to spend, she will do it easily…and wisely, esp when this donation from @TheNotoriusMMA was to equip frontline healthcare to fight Covid-19.
"From cardiac monitors, to oxygen concentrators, to face visors, masks, gowns, and the rest."
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