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Tom Daley and Dustin Lance Black, one of the world’s hottest gay power couples, have tied the knot in a 58 room English castle.
Champion diver Daley, 22, and Hollywood screenwriter Black, 42, married on Saturday in a lavish ceremony at Bovey Castle in Devon.
The men wore Burberry suits – Daley in Purple and Black in dark blue – as they exchanged their vows surrounded by friends and family.
In an Instagram post on Monday, the happy couple are seen walking hand in hand down the aisle in the garden while their joyful guests clap and cheer them on.
Daley exclaimed that he had “married the love of my life”. He added: “We shared the day with 120 of our closest friends and family, from Texarkana to Plymouth! Thank you to everyone who made this weekend the most special weekend of our lives!”
Alongside a stunning photo of the loved up couple holding each other on a bridge on the Castle grounds, Black wrote: “So… what did you do this weekend?”
According to reports, the wedding cake was baked by Daley himself (the sports star recently released his own cookbook). Guests were also treated to a traditional British menu, including beef wellington and sausage and mash.
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Their walk down the aisle was accompanied by a string quartet while the London Gay Men’s Choir sang Marry You by Bruno Mars after they exchanged their vows.
The couple of four years, who announced their engagement in October 2015, first met at a party. “I can’t get him out of my head all the time,” Daley said in 2013. “I’ve never had it before where I love someone and they love me just as much.”
Daley, who won bronze medals at the 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games, came out as bisexual in 2013 and then clarified a few months later that he identifies as gay.
Black won an Academy Award for his script for the acclaimed film Milk, about the life of openly gay politician and activist Harvey Milk.