Ireland's answer to Posh and Becks could be walking up the aisle sooner than we think.
Conor McGregor and Dee Devlin are one of Ireland's golden couples and loving parents to Conor McGregor Junior.
The pair have gone through thick and thin throughout the years, remaining a strong unit while McGregor's star was on the rise.
It looks like their relationship could get even stronger as Tony McGregor has offered to officiate the wedding of his son and daughter-in-law.
Speaking to RSVP Live, Tony said he'd be available to officiate weddings and funerals as early as March.
The McGregor patriarch has been sitting a course with the Irish Institute of Celebrants to preside over ceremonies in the very near future.
He said he already had bookings for services and talked of his hopes at becoming a celebrant: "In March I hope to be able to officiate at weddings and funerals."
Tony also dished on whether he'd officiate Conor and Dee's wedding: "I explained: "I will be able to, if I'm asked."
Could wedding bells be tolling soon for the Mr and Mrs McGregor to be?