The couple welcomed their first son Robert into the world via a surrogate in June, and now the 24-year-old British Olympic diver has revealed that when it comes to a full nappy he and screenwriter Dustin, 44, are taking turns to deal with the poo.
Speaking on the red carpet of the GQ Men of the Year Awards at the Tate Modern in London on Wednesday evening (05.09.18), Tom said: ''[With the baby] the thing is we're both doing it, some nappies are more full than others!''
And Dustin added with a smile: ''In the situation we're in now, a real man changes diapers! A real man steps up.''
The pair looked dapper at the glitzy award ceremony, with Tom sporting a smart black two piece suit with an open white shirt, whilst Dustin donned a dark blue tuxedo with a white shirt and a bow-tie.
Before entering the exclusive event, Tom was quizzed on what he thought a real man in 2018 is and he insists a modern guy must have supreme confidence in himself.
He said: ''I think a real man doesn't care what anybody else thinks about him, about the way he dresses or the way he may think, a real man can bear all.''
At the ceremony, Rose McGowan made history when she became the first woman to be handed the Inspiration award for her bravery in going public with her allegations of sexual abuse against Harvey Weinstein and her work with the #MeToo movement.
Prince Charles was the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement award for his services to philanthropy, in recognition of his position as president or patron of over 400 charities, and musician Johnny Marr walked away with the Lifetime Achievement gong.
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