In 2008, Tom impacted the world forever by turning into the most youthful ever British jumper to contend in the Olympics at only 14, and he is presently a gold medallist and hitched man, and a father.

Besides, Tom Daley’s significant other, Dustin Lance Black is an American screenwriter and chief, who has won different honors for his work.

Dustin is currently a LGBT dissident and an individual from the American Foundation for Equal Rights.

Tom Daley and Dustin Lance Black invited their first youngster, a child named Robert “Robbie” Ray, through proxy on June 27.

The couple opened up in a new meeting with The Telegraph about their new lives as fathers to child Robert “Robbie” Ray, who showed up June 27 by means of substitute, and how neither knows which of them is his organic dad.

As of now Robbie is an alone kid and doesn’t have any kin.

Besides, Robert’s name has an enthusiastic connection to Tom, as he named his child after the competitor’s dad who died in 2011 in the wake of fighting malignancy. It is additionally Daley’s center name.

The couple praised their fourth wedding commemoration this year subsequent to getting married back in 2017.

Robert Ray age is 3 years of age.

It’s hazy when his birthday falls, yet according to Tom’s Instagram post, they praised his child’s birthday in late June.


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According to the Sun, “In late June the pair reported the introduction of their first youngster Robert Ray Black-Daley.”

They were envisioned holding the child filter out to the camera as they embraced one another.

Robert’s organic parent’s names and subtleties have not been revealed.

The couple had covered up the mother, so their very own portion individual reasons. Notwithstanding, Tom and Dustin are an amazingly cozy relationship with their substitute.

They tell the U.K. outlet. “She turns out to be a particularly enormous piece of your life for those nine months,” says the Olympic jumper. “You’re just coordinated with individuals who have a similar longing. Some would prefer not to have long haul connections [with the parents].”