Congratulations! Tom Daley & Dustin Lance Black Are Expecting A Baby Together!

Tom Daley made the announcement on Instagram

Tom Daley made the announcement on Instagram Credit Instagram

Tom Daley and husband Dustin Lance Black are feeling the love on Valentine's Day after announcing they are expecting their first child.

The couple posted a shot of themselves on Instagram holding the first scan of their baby less than a year after they married.

The British Olympian, 23, and the Oscar-winning director, 43, tied the knot in May 2017 at Bovey Castle in the UK.

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While screenwriter Dustin said: "A very happy #ValentinesDay from ours to yours".

Some have speculated that Daley and Black are expecting a boy, as the emoji of a family that they chose to use in their captions seemingly depicts a male child. "We're both lucky to have supportive families and we want to share that with our own children", he said.

"We're not planning to have children immediately, but we do want them in the future".

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Within minutes of the picture being uploaded, the pair, who got married previous year received thousands of likes and comments.

Tom was also accused of having an 18-month fling with model Edward Williams behind Black's back in February previous year, but this rumour was put well and truly behind them when they married months later.

Dustin added: "When Tom and I met four years ago, I knew instantly that I was in trouble".

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Daley is a dual world champion in the 10m platform and was the 2012 London Olympic bronze medallist in the same event.

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