Tom Daley and Dustin Lance Black release their wedding video to raise money for LGBT+ charities

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The married couple share their big day for a very good cause…

Tom Daley and Dustin Lance Black have shared footage from their wedding day back in May, letting fans take an intimate glimpse of their celebrations.

The pair tied the knot with an outdoor ceremony at the luxurious Bovey Castle Hotel in Devon with close family and friends.

The video shows Tom and Dustin walking down the aisle, exchanging their vows and getting into the party spirit.

Related: Tom Daley shares never before seen photos from wedding to Dustin Lance Black

“When Tom and I met four years ago I knew instantly I was in trouble,” Dustin says in the clip.

“I knew I had met my match, someone who would inspire me, someone I could admire, but also somebody who would naturally be my best friend.”

Tom adds: “Lance is one of the most complicated creatures on the planet, but that’s why I love him.

“He’s sensitive, courageous, committed, dedicated, hard-working and, above all, he makes me feel safe.

“When I’m with him I feel like I can take on the world.”

Tom Daley has also pledged to use his wedding video to help the LGBT+ community.

“We know our wedding was only possible thanks to the brave work of countless people for generations before us, so in that tradition, we will donate any revenue from this video to the LGBT+ Switchboard and It Gets Better in hopes of making things even better for future generations,” they stated on YouTube.

Related: Tom Daley opens up about the 20-year age gap between himself and Dustin Lance Black

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