Plymouth Olympic diver, Tom Daley and his Oscar-winning screenwriter husband, Dustin Lance Black, have shared a video of their wedding day.
The pair got married at Bovey Castle in Dartmoor, Devon in May, but had to postpone their honeymoon partly due to Tom competing in the World Championships in Budapest.
Tom and Dustin say that all the advertising revenue made from the video will be donated to the LGBT+ Switchboard and It Gets Better non-profit organisations that seek to help and raise awareness about the LGBT+ community.
Our honeymoon feels like the perfect time to finally share our magical day. We know our wedding was only possible thanks to the brave work of countless people for generations before us, so in that tradition, we will donate any ad revenue from this video to the LGBT+ Switchboard and It Gets Better in hopes of making things even better for future generations.
You can watch the full video here:
The couple did finally get to go on their honeymoon earlier this month. The pair jetted off to Barcelona in Spain and visited famous landmarks including La Sagrada Familia.
Tom won gold in the 10-metre platform event at the World Championships in Budapest on Saturday 22 July - adding to the world title he first won in 2009, and following his disappointment at the 2016 Rio Olympics where he failed to qualify for the men's 10m diving final.
The diver first revealed his sexuality to his fans in December 2013 in a YouTube video that went viral, saying his "whole world changed" after falling in love with a man.