It seems like Fighter Conor McGregor and Formula 1 star Lewis Hamilton can’t stay out of the limelight at the moment, having rocked another fancy event on Monday night, December the 4th. The two of them attended The Fashion Awards 2017 at the Royal Albert Hall in London and seems like they didn’t forget the memo either.
The boys were joined at a table event by the top models Jourdan Dunn, Irina Shayk and singer Rita Ora. The 32-year-old racing champion uploaded a picture of the group posing on social media with the caption: “Best table in the house,” as the quintet enjoyed each other’s company and some drinks before the event.
The pair on The Fashion Awards 2017 red carpet
Posing with fashion designer Donatella Versace
29-year-old McGregor with Jourdan Dunn, Rita Ora and Irina Shayk
UFC icon McGregor appeared in a maroon suit with black trim, while F1 world champion Hamilton donned a tartan outfit.
They clearly seemed to be having a good time posing with famous fashion designers, models and singers. This was a chance for McGregor to show his critics that he isn’t losing control since losing to undefeated boxing legend Floyd Mayweather.
Earlier, the Irish fighter shared a picture of himself reading a newspaper upside down. Talking about chill?
And then another one next to the private jet captioning it: “Off to the offshore.”
It is believed that Dublin-born McGregor made in the region of $134 million from the fight with Floyd which took place in August. Mayweather won the bout which took place in Las Vegas by way of technical knockout in the 10th round. Ever since then, McGregor has been taking time out to relax, with some fans concerned by his behavior.
Since the hugely-publicized fight, Conor caused a melee at a Bellator Fighting Championships event, was summoned to court for speeding and involved in an alleged brawl in a Dublin pub.
As for Hamilton, he has been on a victory lap after winning his fourth F1 world championship. The 32-year-old is on the shortlist for BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2017. Can it really get any better?