Tom Daley enjoyed a family trip to Universal Studios in Hollywood on Thursday with his wife Dustin Lance Black and son Robbie, 4 years old.
The 28 -year -old Olympic champion shared his excitement with 3.4 million Instagram followers as the trio made for sunny weather.
Tom said that his son and his wife love to ride the amusement park, they love the snacks.
‘He loves rides, I love snacks!’: Tom Daley, 28 (right) enjoys a fun day at Universal Studios with his wife Dustin Lance Black, 48 (left) and son Robbie, 4 in Hollywood, Thursday.
The doting parents shared snaps as they beamed to the camera posing alongside their favorite Jurassic World dinosaur tot.
Tom lovingly grabbed Robbie by the waist while the little boy grabbed the collar of his father’s shirt.
LGBTQ + activists are proud to wear baby blue tops embellished with the words Love in a psychedelic rainbow color scheme – from their own brand Made with Love.
Dad: Tom loves holding Robbie’s hand while leading an excited little boy to a Minion with a Super Silly Fun Land theme
Wearing a dark lock with a simple style, she puts her feet into a comfortable top coach for a busy day at the theme park.
Meanwhile, Oscar -winning screenwriter Dustin chose black ensemble because he shared his rucksack duties with the other half.
His parents wore mustard shorts and a black shirt that protected their heads from the sun with straw hats.
Love: Before Dustin (right) sends a sweet kiss on Tom’s cheek (left) during his turn to hold the couple’s son.
Tom loves holding Robbie’s hand as he leads an excited little boy to a Minion themed Super Silly Fun Land.
Dustin then planted a sweet kiss on Tom’s cheek as he took a turn to cradle the youngster of the couple.
Later Tom poses a storm in the gift shop as he tries on a dinosaur hat before splashing out on a prehistoric themed cup.
Fun day: A young family makes for a sunny weather while exploring a fun amusement park
Shopping: Later Tom then makes a storm in the gift shop while trying on a dinosaur hat (left) before throwing a prehistoric themed cup (right)
The couple personally covered the face of their young son in several pictures, on the back of a hat or a red love heart emoji.
Tom captioned …: ‘Our little family goes to Universal Studios! Robbie loves the Jurassic World Ride, Lance loves the Waterworld show and I love the snacks! ‘.
Later the trio, who live in London, then enjoyed some much needed rest with an afternoon on the Californian Golden Sands.
A life of love: Tom wrote the caption: ‘Our little family goes to Universal Studios! Robbie loves the Jurassic World Ride, Lance loves the Waterworld show and I love the meals! ‘
Rest: Later the trio then enjoy a much -needed rest for an evening on the golden sands of California
Taking to Instagram Dustin shared snaps as they played in the sand before watching the surfers hit the waves.
She writes: ‘Some need a break & recover, surf & sand in CA with a precious lil family’.
This happened after Tom admitted that he felt there was ‘extra pressure’ on same -sex couples to be ‘good parents’.
Beach kids: Taking on Instagram Dustin shares snaps as they play in the sand before watching the surfers hit the waves
The Olympic diver, who welcomes Robbie through surrogacy, said he sometimes feels judged by people when he goes out in public.
Speaking with Giovanna Fletcher on the Happy Mum Happy Baby podcast, Tom explains: ‘Being same-sex fathers, I feel a lot of pressure to be a good parent and do the right thing.’
He continued: ‘You definitely feel judged when you go out in public because you want to show that you’re doing your best, and I feel it can be weird that people can see your dad and dad. baby.
Summer day: Dustin wears a straw hat and hoodie from his wife’s clothing line
Excellent: She writes: ‘Some need a break & recover, surf and sand in CA with a precious lil family’
“We definitely feel we have to be the best parents we can be and do everything right, we’re desperate to be parents like everyone else.
‘It’s that constant feeling of having to prove yourself above and beyond.’
Tom discussed the complexity of same -sex couples becoming parents as he revealed worries that came when he first realized they were gay.
He said: ‘Once I know that I am gay, what is it like for me to have children in the future? What does this look like to me? What are the options?
‘You have to know exactly how that’s going to work, looking down the route of adoption, surrogacy and all the different things.’
Dad doting: This happened after Tom (left) admitted that he felt there was ‘extra pressure’ for the same couple to be ‘good parents’ (pictured in April)
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