Tom Daley poses shirtless for Tokyo 2020 Olympics as husband Dustin complains he can’t be there to support him
He is about to make his fourth Olympics for Team GB in Tokyo 2020.
And Tom Daley, 27, posed shirtless before the games Monday, giving fans a taste of his surroundings.
The diver showed off his incredible physique in his Instagram story, penning: ‘Morning!’ next to a location tag.
Prepared: Tom Daley posed shirtless on Instagram on Monday ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics as husband Dustin Lance Black lamented he couldn’t be there to support him
The sportsman also showed his 2 million followers the GB block in the Olympic village, where balconies were decorated with flags of Great Britain, alongside flags that read ‘Team GB’.
One key figure who is unable to join him in Japan’s capital due to COVID restrictions is Tom’s husband, Dustin Lance Black, whom he married in 2017.
The couple also have a son, Robbie, who they do not post online or on social media accounts.
Scenic: The diver gave fans a taste of his surroundings as he prepares for the Olympics
Support: The sportsman also showed his 2 million followers the GB block in the Olympic village, where balconies were decorated with flags of Great Britain, alongside flags that read ‘Team GB’
Dustin, 47, shared a selfie on Instagram wearing a Team GB cap and regretted not being able to be there to support his husband.
‘@TeamGB hat is now on! Yes, my love is now in Tokyo. Yes, I wish we could be there for him.
“But . . . I have no doubt that he will hear our cheers all the way from Canada.”
There from a distance: Dustin, 47, shared a selfie wearing a Team GB cap, complaining he couldn’t be there to support his husband
Documenting: Matty Lee is another Team GB diver who showcased the team’s Olympic preparation
Honest: Tokyo preparations come as Tom admits that becoming a father and husband has changed the way he views his sport
Preparations in Tokyo come as Tom admits that becoming a father and husband has changed the way he views his sport.
He said: ‘I used to define myself by diving. I was a diver and when I dived right it reflected on me as a person. Now I am primarily a father and a husband.
“Diving is very important to me, but I also have other important things in my life, especially being my son. So whether I have good or bad performance, I know I can go home to my family who will love me no matter what.
“There’s something very reassuring about that, which has allowed me to take the pressure off myself to get out there and really enjoy it.”
‘First and foremost I am a father and a husband’: the diver revealed that he always defined himself in his sport