Just tell them! They're your parents, they should understand by now that you're old enough to move in with you boyfriend. But if your parents are super strict and you're sure that they won't approve of it, then forget about it.
No, you should not tell your ex fiance's parents why you left her unless they are giving you a hard time or ruining your reputation. They will find out soon enough. You should just look after 'you' and you did by break up with your fiance.
Tell the truth. You can say: "I wish I could, but my extremely strict parents don't allow dating."
If your parents are "too strict", I wouldn't recommend you telling them they are.. Even the nicest of ways could be offensive to them. But of course - only you know your parents. Tell them as nice as possible (if you have too). Good luck!
Just tell them. There is nothing wrong with taking your girlfriend to the movies, unless you have REALLY strict parents.
Some parents say no to EVERYTHING out of fear of spoiling.
Every case is different. If your parents are maliciously cruel, choose your baby.
It's possible your fiance's parents may not want him to get married and would rather he is settled into his education; career before thinking of marriage. Communication is the key in any good relationship and it's time for you to sit down with your fiance and tell him that together you are going to tell his parents you are engaged. If he refuses then he's immature and if over 18 he is no longer a minor and should be able to make his own decisions and if he does refuse then give him the engagement ring back.
You have to be honest with them. They may not like it, but you can tell them you feel like a prisoner in their home.
Tell them the truth - including that you might have to leave their home if they feel you "embarrassed" the family.
What is the point.