Tom Hopper Gay or Straight? He is straight and very much married. He tied the knot with now-wife Laura Hopper (nee Higgins) in 2014. Here’s Tom and Laura cutting their wedding cake.
A year later, in June 2015, the couple welcomed their first child — Freddie Douglas Hopper. Here’s a family portrait:
Awww. How cute is Freddie?
Tom Hopper Gay Score Rating. For those of you wondering, here’s how our friends at gay-or-straight.com scored our Tom:
Tom Hopper gaydar: According to 55 visitors Tom Hopper is 60% gay. However, the average gay-rating on gay-or-straight.com is 69%, which means Tom Hopper is quite straight in comparison to other celebrities on this website.
Although he is straight, Tom is an ally and a supporter of the LGBT community. Want more Tom Hopper shirtless photos?
Let us end this update with these photos of Tom (as Sir Percival) and Eoin Macken (as Sir Gawaine). Tom kisses Eoin in one of the saddest scenes of BBC’s Merlin.
And here’s Tom and Eoin in one of the happier scenes. Hehe.
Speedo Guy 2016. For our first Speedo guy in 2016, we went a little “vintage” with this photo of our imaginary boyfriend Tom Hopper. We loved him as Sir Percival in Merlin. And we are love, love, loving him as Billy Bones in Black Sails.
Oh, Sir Percival! We miss you so much.
A few months ago, Tom did a photoshoot for Muscle and Fitness magazine and we are stealing some of them photos because we want to ogle at him. Wouldn’t you? Hehe. Them lucky short shorts.
Tom tells us more about workouts, training, and other stuff. Did you know he used to play rugby:
As a younger kid playing rugby, I was really skinny, so I started lifting weights to get bigger. I discovered I had to eat a lot of food, and my poor mother had to cook a lot of chicken. I went through a phase of trying to lift as much as I could like a rugby scrum—with zombies. Whoa! That thing is bloody brutal! I sweat just thinking about it.
Who wouldn’t want to be carried by Tom like this, huh? Lucky sack!
More about Tom’s workout:
It’s a legend, the 222, how bad it is. And I started training for it on the Airdyne. Eventually, when it came time to do it, I felt pretty comfortable, like I’d done enough training. First few minutes went okay, but at five minutes you just feel like you’re going to collapse and die. And I got to like seven minutes and something happened where I couldn’t see. I couldn’t feel what I was doing with my arms. And I just collapsed. So that was it. I went back and had lunch with my wife, and I was absolutely gutted. And she said, ‘It’s okay, just go and do it tomorrow.’ And I was like, ‘You don’t understand. This is what I’ve been preparing for with everything I’ve got, and it’s just too hard.’
Tom Hopper Gay or Straight posted 23 April 2016. Updated 9 March 2017.