Olympic diver Tom Daley, 22, and Oscar-winning filmmaker Dustin Lance Black, 42, have tied the knot: The Sun reports that the intimate yet lavish wedding took place Saturday at Bovey Castle in the English countryside.
Black posted an image from the ceremony on Twiiter.
Before the big event, Daley reportedly imitated Shakespeare's Juliet on the Bovey Castle balcony, singing, “Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou, Romeo?” to his betrothed.
The ceremony, scored by a string quartet, was held in the posh venue's Cathedral Room and followed by a three-course meal and "massive cake" that Daley ordered personally. He wore a burgundy suit while Black wore navy. Guests later danced into the wee hours in the Dartmoor Suite ballroom.
Just 50 close friends and relatives gathered at the five-star golf resort, located in Dartmoor National Park, 30 miles from Daley's hometown of Plymouth in Devon County. The couple rented out the entire 58-room hotel for the weekend.
Just days before the wedding, Daley was admitted to the hospital due to a sports-related hip injury.
The couple, who recently celebrated their fourth anniversary, announced their engagement in October 2015. Daley first went public with their relationship in 2013 following a YouTube video in which he spoke publicly about his sexuality for the first time.