Molly-Mae Hague has opened up about the parenting clashes she has with fiancé Tommy Fury as the two raise their eight-month-old daughter Bambi.
Opening up about their parenting dilemmas in their new Netflix series At Home With The Furys, the couple gave a look into their lives now that they’re parents.
The series primarily focuses on Tommy’s older brother Tyson and his family but features the former Love Island stars.
Speaking on the show, Molly-Mae shared that she and Tommy have cultural differences when it comes to raising their children as her fiancé was raised in the Travelling Community.
In the second episode of the show, Tyson’s wife Paris explains why their eldest daughter left school at 11, saying: “Venezuela came out of school when she turned 11 because in Traveller tradition, that is what they do.
“They come out of school and they learn their parents’ skills.”
The series was filmed while Molly-Mae was pregnant with Bambi, and it saw Tommy revealing he wanted to raise his children “the old-fashioned way.”
He said: “Growing up the way I’ve grown up, I’ve got my morals. I live my life a certain way and I feel like when our little girl comes along, she’ll most definitely be brought up the way I’ve been brought up; the old-fashioned way, the right way.”
While Molly is supportive of Tommy’s morals, when it comes to their plans for Bambi’s education she admitted the two clash on what to do.
“With Tommy obviously being a Traveller, he has had conversations with me about our child not going to school which is absolutely non-optional,” she explained.
“I’ve been raised completely differently to that, it would never be a question that our children or child would not go to school, but hopefully it won’t cause too many rifts.”