The duo tied the knot in 2012 and welcomed their first child together, Buzz, last March, with Giovanna expecting baby number two early next year.
We caught up with Giovanna after she teamed up with Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) to help all parents save money as the savvy budget queen, encouraging her huge You Tube audience and fanbase to think about how to save their pennies as well as offer some money-saving tips.
So, what could be the problem that didn’t work out for this sister’s sweet guy?
Know how their relationship ended and whether the rumors of him getting back together with his ex-girlfriend true or not.
That’s what we used to do, we used to write eachother letters then get together at lunch time to discuss them and inevitably it would turn into us kissing then we had to talk about it the next day because we didn’t actually talk about it."It was non-stop drama,” she laughed, “We’re nothing like that now! Giovanna also revealed that she thinks their relationship survived Tom’s rise to fame because of how humble the entire Mc Fly clan are, telling us: “I understood the professional side of it, I was never a girlfriend who threw hissy fits, and it’s just what we are used to."The whole group are all very grounded and none of us have ever been the sort to go to nice clubs, we just prefer going to the local pub or round eachother’s houses because then you’re doing it for you and the enjoyment rather than who you are going to see.”Gah, please can we get in on this wonderful Mc Fly family, please? With Giovanna and Tom preparing to make the leap from being a family of three to a family of four, the couple have realised the importance of being money savvy all the more, with Giovanna sharing her top tips to save with FSCS.
She explained: “I find it amazing what mums do and there are things that you wouldn’t even think of but it just makes so much sense."Children are amazing, you can go for a walk and they’ll find joy in a dry leaf and a stick and some ducks.
I have been so excited, I couldn’t sleep last night. “I was always watching the films Top Gun and Iron Eagle and I never thought I would actually fly in one of those types of aircraft, or be allowed to handle the control, even if it was just for a few seconds.” The Air Tattoo is staged annually in support of the RAF Charitable Trust.I love seeing the static aircraft and getting up close." He was also a RAF Air Cadet at 1454 (Harrow) Squadron from the age of 13 where he flew in the Bulldog training aircraft."This early flying led to me gaining my private pilot's licence and I have regularly flown Cessnas." Tom said of his Thunderbirds flight: "When I was first told about it I didn't believe it was real, but then the dates for training and briefings were put into my diary.He said: “My birthday always falls around this time and coming to RIAT was a treat.I love seeing the static aircraft and getting up close.” He was also a RAF Air Cadet at 1454 (Harrow) Squadron from the age of 13 where he flew in the Bulldog training aircraft.