Tom Daley and Dustin Lance Black are two weeks into married life and seem to be loving it.
The couple tied the knot in a beautiful ceremony after a hospital scare for Daley two weeks ago.
Taking to Instagram, new husband Dustin Lance Black has revealed what married life married to Tom Daley is like.
Captioning an image of him grabbing Daley’s bum, he added: “Seems [photographer] @littlemissbugg caught me checking one of those things.”
The couple have been in their trans-Atlantic relationship since 2013, when the couple first met, before announcing their engagement in 2015 in The Times newspaper.
In another post to the picture-sharing site, he revealed that he’s been unable to take the smile off his face since getting hitched.
He wrote: “Married life so far: 1) Plant trees to mark the beginning of all our new adventures? DONE. 2) Paint the living room? DONE. 3) Wipe that silly grin off my damn face? NO WAY.”
Lance Black, an Oscar-winning film producer, is 20 years older than the celebrity diver, but it has never been an issue for the pair.
Speaking to new! magazine at the BT Sport Awards, 22-year-old Daley gushed about his relationship with his new husband.
“Being with Lance has been the best thing that’s happened in my life,” he told the magazine.
“It’s very exciting moving forward and it’s nice to be in love.”
Revealing the first snaps of their special day, Daley wrote:
“05.06.17 the day I married the love of my life ❤️ shared with 120 of our closest family and friends from Texarkana to Plymouth!”
05.06.17 the day I married the love of my life ❤️ shared with 120 of our closest family and friends from Texarkana to Plymouth! pic.twitter.com/31QifN5gkY
— Tom Daley (@TomDaley1994) May 8, 2017
They shared a string of pictures from their special day after confirming the wedding.
The intimate group of just family and friends enjoyed a three course mean, a “massive cake” and slept in the castle after the evening wound down.
Right-wing British tabloid Daily Express seemingly was not impressed, however.
The newspaper appeared not to accept same-sex couples as having the right to marry.
The newspaper posted: “Tom Daley, 22, and Dustin Lance Black, 42, ‘MARRY’ in romantic Romeo and Juliet ceremony”.
Despite their choice of headline for Daley and Lance Black, the newspaper had not applied the same air quotes to heterosexual couples marrying.