Tom Daley's Olympic platform synchro partner Pete Waterfield, from Hampshire, has announced his retirement from diving.
The Team GB diver Olympic medallist Tom Daley stopped traffic today at a shopping centre in Kent when he dropped in for a book signing.
Thousands of Tom Daly fans are being turned away from a book signing in Waterstones at Bluewater because of excess numbers.
Hampshire's Olympic diver Pete Waterfield has announced he's quitting the sport.
The synchronised partner of Tom Daley said: "I always said that I would continue diving for as long as my body allowed me to and I'm so grateful to have had so many amazing years in the sport, doing what I love, but the time has come to hang up my trunks,"
I would like to announce my retirement from diving, and say a massive thanks to every1 who supported me in my very successful career. Thanks
Thousands of teenage girls have queued at the Bluewater shopping centre in Kent to meet Olympic diving superstar Tom Daley at a book signing.
Some people arrived at 1am this morning to ensure a place in the queue.
The star apologised to fans who had to be turned away.
Tom Daley continued his successful summer after he scored an A grade in A-level Spanish.
The 18-year-old, who stormed to a bronze medal in the Olympic 10m men's platform event, sent a message to his 1.5 million followers on Twitter this morning.
Daley, who is at a book signing at Bluewater in Kent today.
Thousands of Tom Daly fans are being turned away from a book signing in Bluewater because of excess numbers.
People began queueing outside Waterstone's at 1am this morning, and one family has travelled from Cheshire to see the diving superstar.
One family from Sevenoaks who arrived 4 hours before the book signing were devastated to learn that they won't get in.
Organisers say they have been taken aback by the level of interest.
The Olympic bronze medallist - diver Tom Daley will be visiting Kent later today. He will be at the Bluewater shopping centre for a book signing this afternoon.