The former figure skater took to Twitter to reveal that he and his partner decided to tie the knot. “SURPRISE,” he wrote on 19 January. “WE ARE MARRIED.” Although details of the day remain scarce, 32-year-old shared that the ceremony was “perfect” and attended only by the couple and their beloved dog.

He continued: “One afternoon JP and I looked at each other and said the very classic *romantic* phrase of ‘let’s just go do it now’.

So we did. It was just the three of us and it was perfect 12/31/21.” Adam, who is the first openly gay man to represent the USA in the Winter Olympics, shared news of his engagement to his partner on 10 February.