Inside Tom Daley’s lavish wedding days after worrying hospital pic

Tom pretended he was Juliet to Lance's Romeo

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Just days after he was photographed in hospital, Tom Daley married his fiance Dustin Lance Black yesterday in lavish fairytale wedding.

The pair tied the knot at Bovey Castle, a five-star golf resort in Dartmoor national park, 30 miles from Plymouth, Devon, where Tom grew up.

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Diver Tom looked dashing in a burgundy suit while his Lance was decked out in a navy suit and a crisp white shirt.

The intimate civil partnership ceremony took place in front of around 50 friends and family in the castle’s stunning Cathedral Room.

A string quartet played as the fellas walked down the aisle.

After the emotional ceremony, guest were treated to a three-course cordon-bleu meal which was washed down with champagne and wine.

Afterwards, Tom and Lance cut a “massive cake” that was “personally” ordered by Tom.

The guests partied into the early hours in the hotel’s spacious Dartmoor Suite ballroom, where they were able to take fun pictures in a quirky photo booth that was in the shape of an old Leyland Mini.

Prior to the ceremony, Tom Daley entertained his guests by serenading his groom from a balcony in the castle.

Imitating Juliet from Shakespeare’s famous play, the pint-sized diver sang: “Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art though, Romeo?” and had his nearest and dearest in hysterics.

The wedding comes just days after Tom posed for a picture on social media from his hospital bed.

months after it was revealed that Tom and Lance had been on a seven-month break after struggling with the pressures of a long distance relationship.

It was also claimed that the Olympic diver had had a brief fling with a Brit model called Edward William.

After the stories emerged Tom defiantly said: “This will absolutely never happen again now that we’re getting married.

“Lance and I had time apart then came back together, realising we’re meant for each other. We’re soulmates.”

Recently Oscar-winning screenwriter Lance opened up about meeting Tom for the first and how he didn’t known who he was.

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“When I met Tom, I had no idea who he was to the UK. But we sat and talked for three hours. I couldn’t remember the last time I’d sat and talked to someone I’d just met for three hours straight,” he told Attitude magazine.

“It only ended because I had to get on a plane the next day,” he continued. “We’d both lost someone very, very close and I was about to lose my mum so I was in the midst of it.

“He had done it [with his father] and so we were able to share that sense of great loss and how you recover from it.”

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