Olympic diver Tom Daley married his partner, screenwriter Dustin Lance Black, at a ceremony on the weekend, UK media have reported.
The couple tied the knot at the luxury Bovey Castle Hotel (pictured, below) in Devon, England, surrounded by family and friends, according to the BBC.
After the couple exchanged their vows, members of the London Gay Men’s Choir sang the Bruno Mars song “Marry Me,” local outlet Devon Live also reported.
In January, the 22-year-old athlete told The Sun that squeezing their nuptials into their busy schedules was harder than he’d ever anticipated.
“It is like a trans-Atlantic wedding. The easiest thing would be to do it in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean,” he said. “We may have to do a Skype wedding.”
The diver came out to fans in 2013, saying his “whole world changed” when he fell in love with Black, the Oscar-winning screenwriter of the 2008 movie Milk.
The couple announced their engagement in October 2015, two years after they began dating.
“We just complement each other, and I think we really understand each other,” Tom said this year.
“He’s very good at what he does—and he understands the hard work I have to put into what I do—so it works.”
Daley was hospitalised just days before his wedding, posting a photo of himself to Instagram of himself in a hospital bed last week and promising fans he’d be “back on the board soon.”