Jonah Lomu's two sons supporting France 2023 bid

Brayley and Dhyreille Lomu pictured at the Rugby World Cup 2023 presentation. Chris Lee - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images

Jonah Lomu's sons Dhyreille and Brayley were in London to support France's bid for the 2023 Rugby World Cup.

The great All Black played for Marseille from 2009 to 2010, and that was where Dhyreille -- the older of his two boys -- was born.

They flew in from New Zealand to support France's bid for the 2023 World Cup and were present at the host candidate presentations in London.

As the delegation answered questions from the media, Dhyreille and Brayley were sat on Sebastien Chabal's knee and he explained why they were there in London. He said Dhyreille is known as "the Frenchie" back in New Zealand.

"Jonah loved France, that's where they saw their daddy play rugby and they would love to come back in 2023 to experience the Rugby World Cup in a country where their father was so happy," Chabal said.

"It is up to them which jersey they wear, blue or black and they are proud of their dual nationality and that's why they are here today."