British diver and television personality Tom Daley talks about his marriage to Dustin Lance Black, an American movie director and screenwriter. In a recent interview, the Olympic gold medalist revealed the secret ingredient of his five-year marriage to Black.
The BBC Sports Personality winner revealed that he and his husband open up to themselves about how their day went while in bed. According to him, they ask each other what the best and worst part of the day was, which helps them stay connected. He doesn’t necessarily have to be angry at his husband before they talk, as the discussion could be a random topic.
Tom Daley didn’t only talk about his marriage to Dustin Lance Black, an Oscar award winner. The 28-year-old gold medalist also disclosed his disbelief at the stern COVID-19 protocol at the Tokyo Olympics.
Tom Daley Talks About His Marriage To Dustin Lance Black and His Olympics Experience
In his interview with Cosmopolitan UK, Daley recalled his struggle and everything he had to do to get to this point. He pointed out his regret about his late dad, who didn’t witness him win after several years of taking him to train. The star diver also wished that his mother, husband, and Robbie were there to see him.
Contrary to his successful marriage to Black, Tom Daley disclosed that he always felt like a fraud. Before he won the Olympics, people already referred to him as a champion, and he never stopped them. Winning the medal finally makes him accomplished.
Inside Tom Daley’s Life
Asides from Tom Daley’s marriage to Black and diving, there are other things to know about him. The diver who shares a son with his 48-year-old hubby also disclosed that he was worried about exploring his sexuality because of what people would say. The LGBTQ activist had to be careful in many areas. However, after some time, he stopped caring about people’s opinions and decided to be himself.
The Olympic champion also loves knitting and is willing to teach friends over glasses of Prosecco. Appearing on the cover of Cosmopolitan UK, Daley took a break from diving to focus on his family. His interview will be in publication on September 13.