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Tom Daley reveals all on the key to his happy marriage to film director Lance Black

Candid: Tom Daley revealed his best advice for keeping a happy marriage after five years with his American director husband

Tom Daley has revealed his top tip for keeping a happy marriage after five years with his American director husband.

The 28-year-old Olympic gold medalist spoke to Cosmopolitan UK and gave some insight into his relationship with Dustin Lance Black, 48, whom he married in May 2017.

He said opening up to each other about how their day went in bed helps keep the couple connected.

Candid: Tom Daley revealed his best advice for keeping a happy marriage after five years with his American director husband

Candid: Tom Daley revealed his best advice for keeping a happy marriage after five years with his American director husband

Speaking to the publication, he said: ‘When we go to bed we always wonder what was our best and worst part of the day.

“It’s a good opportunity to share something nice, but also to share something that [wasn’t].

“It doesn’t necessarily mean I’m crazy about him, it could be anything, but just being able to create that conversation.”

The LGBTQ activist and Cosmopolitan UK’s new cover star also opened up about how the Tokyo Olympics, under such strict Covid rules, left him “in disbelief” after winning the gold medal.

Opening: The Olympic gold medalist, 28, spoke to Cosmopolitan UK and gave insight into his relationship with Dustin Lance Black, 48, who married in May 2017

Opening: The Olympic gold medalist, 28, spoke to Cosmopolitan UK and gave insight into his relationship with Dustin Lance Black, 48, who married in May 2017

“I was thinking about all the things I had to do to get here, all the times my dad had taken me to training, how much I wish he had been there to see it,” he said. he declared. “How I wish Lance, Robbie and my mum were there to see it.

“It was almost disbelief, but also the first moment I really felt a real sense of peace and contentment within myself.

“For a very long time, I felt like an impostor.

“I had impostor syndrome, because I had never won. People called me an Olympic champion or whatever, but I wasn’t and I never felt like I could correct them. So to finally have it done, that was really nice. ‘

And on his love of knitting, which has landed him a book deal, a line of knitting kits with John Lewis, and many fans eagerly awaiting his next knitted item, he also revealed he hopes to have his own. fashion week show. .

He continued, “I step away, switch off, and can be completely in my little world. Honestly, it was like my secret superpower for the Olympics…

“One day I would like to have my own fashion week show. I would also like to be able to walk in and see things in the stores.

Looking to the future: Tom also revealed he hoped to have his own fashion week show after finding success with his passion for knitting

Looking to the future: Tom also revealed he hoped to have his own fashion week show after finding success with his passion for knitting

“One of my favorite things is that if a friend tells me they’d like to learn to knit, I’m like, ‘Come on, I’ll teach you, we’ll drink a few glasses of Prosecco and sit down and knit. “It’s literally heaven for me.

The 28-year-old, who shares a son, Robert, four, with his 48-year-old husband, says he “wishes he never was around” after coming out on YouTube in 2013.

He explained that he feared exploring his sexuality because he was in the public eye and “people were asking questions.”

“I didn’t know if anyone was trying to outwit me or be mean,” he said.

“There were many different areas that I had to pay attention to. It was just a lot… But I got to the point of, “I don’t care.” I have to be me and I never want to be seen lying or being ashamed of who I am.

The Olympic champion has since taken a year off from diving after taking the top step of the podium at the Tokyo Olympics last summer.

He said that since taking a break he has focused entirely on his son and his husband: “When you become a parent, you realize how much your parents have done for you and how much you they sacrificed.”

“Then you realize all the lessons they taught you and how you can then adapt them to your children. I would like to have the same relationship that I had with my father with Robbie.

The full interview with Tom Daley can be read in the October/November issue of Cosmopolitan UK, on ​​sale from September 13.

Break: The Olympic champion has taken a year off after taking the top step of the podium at the Tokyo Olympics last summer

Break: The Olympic champion has taken a year off after taking the top step of the podium at the Tokyo Olympics last summer

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