As for the change in his voice, that happened in stages.
“In the first six months, there was a very slight change at one month and two months, and then at three months I had my first proper voice drop, and then four months it started to sound more naturally deep, and since the six-month mark it’s been gradual,” he said. “I don’t think it’s still changing now but I make yearly voice comparisons to keep up to date with how it’s changed.”
How did his family react?
“My whole family and my girlfriend [Shaaba] have just been really supportive and really excited for me because of the changes,” he said. “I told my mum first and then she told my dad and brother and they’ve all just been really great with it. My mum thinks this was always how I was supposed to be. She doesn’t feel like she’s lost a daughter, because I’m the same person to her – I’m still her child, but now I’m just her son.”