They gathered around the castle’s stunning Summerhouse for the “beautiful marriage ceremony”, followed by a wedding breakfast in the Great Western Restaurant. A string quartet played as first Tom, 22, and then Lance, 42, made their entrances, accompanied by flower girls. After exchanging their vows, members of the London Gay Men’s Choir sang the Bruno Mars song Marry Me. A local source said: “It was a beautiful ceremony, their vows were so brilliant and heartfelt. “Tom and Lance organised the wedding themselves and it had their personalities stamped on every detail.” Tom even rolled up his sleeves to make the wedding cake, a multi-tiered psychedelic creation. The 120 guests were also treated to a feast which included beef Wellington, sausage and mash and Eton mess. There were several speeches, including those from Tom and Lance and Tom’s mum Debbie. And they included many tributes to Tom’s dad Rob, who tragically died of a brain tumour in 2011. The evening finished with a fireworks display at 10pm. The diver came out to fans in December 2013, saying his “whole world changed” when he fell in love with a man.
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