Tom Daley enjoys quality time with son Robbie, 3, in Canada after an emotional reunion with husband Dustin Lance Black
The Olympian recently travelled to North America to be reunited with his son and husband Dustin Lance Black, 47, following his successful run at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic games.
Taking to Instagram to document his daddy-son day out, the swimmer, 27, gave fans a glimpse at their ‘fun little adventure’.
Doting daddy: Tom Daley enjoyed ome quality time with son Robbie, 3, in Canada on Thursday after an emotional reunion with husband Dustin Lance Black
Tom shared a slew of adorable snaps showing Robbie looking out from The Calgary Tower – which is a 190.8-meter observation tower in Alberta.
Proving to be quite the thrill seekers, the pair also stepped out onto the glass floor to look down at the city below.
The day of fun proved to be all a bit much for Robbie, with Tom later revealing the youngster had fallen asleep on his shoulder.
Sweet: Taking to Instagram to document his daddy-son day out, the swimmer, 27, gave fans a glimpse at their ‘fun little adventure’ at the Calgary Tower
Sweet: Tom shared a slew of adorable snaps showing Robbie looking out from The Calgary Tower – which is a 190.8-meter observation tower in Alberta
Tom captioned the cute shots: ‘CALGARY TOWER Had a really fun little adventure with my little man today! We have driven past the Calgary Tower every day and we finally went up to take a look! ‘
Tom had been separated from his spouse and son for more than a month after travelling to Japan for the games, and on Saturday shared sweet snaps of their reunion at the airport.
Tom looked delighted as he posed for a selfie with Lance, who is in Canada filming crime drama series, Under The Banner Of Heaven, in a snap captioned ‘Finally.’
Despite being separated during the games due to work and COVID-19 restrictions which banned crowds in the stadiums, Lance has been Tom’s biggest supporter, sharing a heartfelt video when Tom and Matty Lee scored a gold medal.
Although the games are over for another three years, Tom’s schedule is busier than ever, with the upcoming release of his memoir, Coming Up For Air, in October.
It has been claimed Tom has lined up a series of meetings with publishers about the prospect of writing a children’s book, reports The Sun.
Support: Tom had been separated from his husband Dustin Lance Black, 47, and son for more than a month after travelling to Japan for the games
A source said: ‘Tom has proved he is a compassionate, driven and talented man who thousands of young people look up to. So when the idea of a possible kids’ book came up there was a lot of interest.
‘His success at the Tokyo Games only made him stand out more and those around him think a children’s book would be a brilliant step.
‘As a father himself, he knows what works for children and what they like. And being able to continue to inspire more children through a book is a real pull. Tom is incredibly busy but this is something his team wants him to consider.’
Finally: Tom broke down in tears as he and diving partner Matty Lee triumphed in the 10m synchronized platform event during the Games last month – his first gold medal in four Olympic games