Rugby league legend, Darren Lockyer, and his wife Loren, welcomed their second son on January 14, and have named him Flynn. Flynn Lockyer joins big brother Sunny, aged two.

Darren Lockyer is considered to be the greatest NRL player of all time. He played his entire career with the Brisbane Broncos, first signing with them for the 1995 season, when he won the Rookie of the Year Award. He became the Broncos Captain in 2005, and has also played for the Queensland state side and the national team; he captained 22 State of Origin Games and 38 international tests (a record). He won four Grand Finals with the Broncos, a record six consecutive State of Origin series with Queensland, and a World Cup with Australia. The highest-ever point-scorer for his team, he won the Clive Churchill Medal and two Golden Boot Awards.

Darren and Loren were married in 2007.

I was going through my drafts folder and I found this … I guess I thought I pressed submit, but I didn’t – oops! Clearly I was enjoying summer just a little too much.