‘Tom cries more than me’: Giovanna Fletcher opens up about her relationship with McFly star

Giovanna Fletcher appeared on White Wine Question Time last week with (from left) Kate Thornton, Kris Hallenga, Giovanna, and Nadia Sawalha

Giovanna Fletcher says her McFly hubby, Tom, cries more often than she does.

Talking to Kate Thornton on the latest episode of White Wine Question Time, the author and podcaster said her husband is much more of a softie than she is.

“Tom cries a lot,” she said. “Happy tears! But he cries more than me.”

The couple met, aged 13, at the Sylvia Young Theatre School and years later Tom proposed in the same spot where they first set eyes on each other. It wasn’t all plain sailing though, as the school had been sold and moved to another building.

“He (Tom) had to get in touch with the people who had bought it and were doing it up,” explained Giovanna. “Walls were missing, there weren't mirrors where they were before… He'd put rose petals everywhere and candles. It was absolutely beautiful.”

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Tom’s speech at his 2012 wedding to Giovanna has more than 20 million views on YouTube. Not only did he sing the entire thing, but he was also accompanied by a choir from the Sylvia Young Theatre School.

Kris Hallenga appears on on White Wine Question Time this week with Giovanna Fletcher and Nadia Sawalha.

Asked by Kate during the podcast if Tom was just as romantic now, Giovanna laughed: “We've had three kids now. A romantic night for us is on the sofa with a glass of wine and watching Game of Thrones. That's real life.”

Giovanna joined Coppafeel founder Kris Hallenga and TV presenter Nadia Sawalha on this week’s episode of White Wine Question Time to chat about their Himalayan trek later this year. Listen below to hear all about their reasons for signing up. To donate, visit Coppafeel.org.