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Thursday 18 December 2014

Daley reveals Ant and Dec ambition

Tom Daley worked on Splash! for ITV
Tom Daley worked on Splash! for ITV

Tom Daley has said he'd love to follow in the footsteps of Ant and Dec.

The Olympic diver is focusing on his sporting career after working on two TV shows, Splash! and Tom Daley Goes Global.

But now he has told Attitude magazine that he'd love to return to presenting once he's retired from the sport.

The Daily Mirror said he told Attitude: "It's (presenting) a career I definitely want to explore once I've retired from diving.

"I think Ant and Dec present on some great shows and one day I'd love to be involved in something similar."

Tom, who has ruled out going on shows like Celebrity Big Brother or Strictly Come Dancing when he's still diving, also spoke of one day having a family of his own.

The diver, who's in a relationship with Oscar-winning screenwriter Dustin Lance Black, said: "Family is something that has always been really important to me and yes, at some point I would love to marry and have kids."

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