Tom Daley and Dustin Lance Black announce birth of their son, Robbie Ray Black-Daley

On Valentine's Day this year, the couple had revealed their plans of surrogacy, while also saying that they did not know who the biological father would be


                            Tom Daley and Dustin Lance Black announce birth of their son, Robbie Ray Black-Daley

The British Olympian diver, Tom Daley and his American movie screenwriter husband Dustin Lance-Black, have welcomed a baby boy via surrogacy. Both halves of the happy couple shared the news on social media, while also revealing the name of their precious baby - Robbie Ray Black-Daley. 

Tom, who posted a photo of Robbie Ray's little feet captioned the image: "27/06/18. Welcome to the world our precious little Robbie Ray Black-Daley. The most magical moment of my life. The amount of love and joy you have brought into our life is immeasurable. Our precious son."

Meanwhile, Dustin the shared an image of the both of them holding baby Black-Daley in their arms together and wrote: "Welcome to the world little Robbie Ray. Thank you for bringing so much love and light with you. And thank you to those who helped make our dream of having a family into this wonderful reality. #AFamily #HappyBirthday" 


 

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On Valentine's Day this year, the couple had shared the news of considering surrogacy and revealed that they have no idea, which one of them is the father as they fertilized "half the eggs each." "We found an egg donor and we are the sperm donors, we have fertilized half the eggs each. We put in a boy embryo and a girl embryo, and we don't know whose is whose. The next time we will do it the other way around," Tom was quoted as saying. 

Ever since the announcement, Tom has been quite vocal about how his whole perspective on life changed after embarking on the journey to fatherhood.  

According to the Independent, the three-time world champion diver revealed during an interview he gave at the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast in April, “Even on a plane. I'm never scared of flying - and as soon as there was any turbulence - I was like 'oh my God,' because there's more than my life I have to care about now. It made me feel a bit more nervous. It changes your perspective on absolutely everything."