CONTROVERSIAL France Presidential hopeful Eric Zemmour is heading to London to build support for his election bid.
The television host will hold meetings with French expats during a short visit planned for this week.
Zemmour, known as the French Donald Trump, told The Sun on Sunday: “I’m quite a simple boy – I’ve been invited, and as you know there are a lot of French people there.”
The dad-of-three, who has been prosecuted for hate speech, has been as high as second place in the polls which would see a run-off with Emmanuel Macron next April.
He revealed last week that Macron should treat the UK as “friends” in the on-going dispute over post-Brexit fishing rights.
Zemmour would likely stand on a platform of ending all immigration for a decade and ripping-up legal protections for migrants entering the country.
He is currently touring France promoting his latest book and is yet to officially declare his candidacy.
Marine Le Pen, his right-wing rival, says he has a problem with women after claiming women are paid less as they choose low-paid jobs.