The British Olympic diver Tom Daley and the Oscar-winning screenwriter Lance Black got married on Saturday at BoveyCastle in Devon, England which is 30 miles away from Daley's hometown, Plymouth.
The gay couple reportedly got engaged in October 2015, which they had announced in the Births, Death and Marriage column of London newspaper, The Times.
Tom Daley and Dustin Lance Black
As per the report, the couple started dating in 2013 and has been leaving together since 2014. However, Daley announced himself as a bisexual only after a year in his youtube video.
“Come spring this year, my life changed massively when I met someone and it made me feel so happy, so safe … That someone is a guy,” the Olympic medal-winner announced in the video.
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The couple has been very open about their love for each other. Talking to Out magazine in 2016, Black said, "Love is a commitment to me – something that goes deep."
“You can’t have that at first sight. It has to be earned,” he continued. “But did we start to fall in love at first sight? I believe so."
Take a look at the Incredible castle where Tom Daley got married
According to the reports from The Sun, Tom happily imitated Juliet from the Shakespearean Play Romeo and Juliet calling out "Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo?" from a balcony.
The auspicious occasion was attended by 120 guests.
Update: The gay couple has welcomed their first child together. Their son Robert Ray Black-Daley was born in 2018.