He's currently recovering from the Olympics and polishing his bronze medal, but Tom Daley has also had a bit of time to think about his upcoming wedding to fiancé Dustin Lance Black. Chatting to Nick Grimshaw and Matty Healy on The Radio 1 Breakfast Show, professional diver Tom revealed the dress code.
"It's swimwear only, that's the dress code," he joked.
The 22-year-old went on to speak about the wedding details. "The date officially hasn't been set yet but we're thinking sometime early next year, maybe spring. It's so grown up isn't it?" he said.
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Tom Daley and Dustin Lance Black got engaged last October
"I have no idea where it's going to be, what's going to happen because Lance currently... He's in LA at the moment because he's working on a mini-series called When We Rise so he's out editing that. I'm flying out to join him next week," he added.
The Plymouth-born athlete and his American fiancé have been dating since 2013 and announced their engagement last October.
Dustin, an Academy-award winning director, has previously spoken about their relationship, saying: "It's really amazing to be in love with someone who you also admire and who you can be dazzled by. It makes me want to be a better person. I feel like the luckiest guy in the world."
"It's swimwear only, that's the dress code," the diver joked
Tom's latest success saw him bring home a bronze medal for Team GB. The Olympian and his dive partner Dan Goodfellow, 19, claimed bronze in the men's 10-metre synchro event at Rio.
Tom usually spends six hours a day, six days a week training, combining gymnastics, ballet and weight lifting on dry land with diving in the pool.
"To get a medal, I was so chuffed in London and then chuffed again to get this," Tom said during the radio interview.
Tom revealed that he is planning a spring wedding
The Brit also spoke about the Olympic pool turning green, agreeing with host Nick Grimshaw's comments about it being "gross".
"No it was, it had stuff floating in it," said Tom. "I think a few people had ear infections. It literally happened overnight. We came in the next day and the pool was green. And they were like, 'Oh no it's because of being outdoors and people swimming in it and the sun cream,' and we were like, 'But then what happened to the other pool that people were swimming in as well because that was completely clear?'
"It was kind of scary though because you would see someone dive in and you wouldn't see them at all until they were on the surface."