What now after Brexit divided my household?
The EU referendum caused many a dinner-table row in the Wells household - on one side Becky and her twin brother wanting to remain while her parents and Nan firmly wanted to leave.
"I tried to push my ideas of why we should stay, saying it's our future," Becky, 22, tells Newsbeat.
"My parents went with the immigration route."
Now the Leave campaigners have won by 52% to 48% she wonders if mealtimes will ever be the same again.
Becky says she tried to explain it was "her generation" that was going to have to live with it. Her parents and Nan would reply: "Everyone comes in and steals our jobs."
"They were the very stereotypical arguments that have been bandied about," she adds.
"I tried to say immigration is good for us and explain how many people come into our country and help us."
Becky's mum works for the NHS and her dad's in the motor trade.
"I even tried to give them the guilt trip of, 'it's our future, you have your jobs and your life and your mortgage,' but they had a life before the EU. They know what it's like and say it's going to be fine and they're gong to carry on."
And now the UK has voted to leave the European Union?
On Friday morning Becky says she woke up, scrolled through Facebook and saw the result so rushed downstairs to talk to someone in her family.
"My dad was very quiet about it and me and my brother were talking about it.
"I said to him, 'this is your vote, this is what happens, this is what you've done.'"
She says he replied: "It's just one vote and my vote doesn't matter, so what's the big deal."
"If 50,000 people or however many it was who voted had that same thought then it would've been a completely different outcome," she said.
The referendum is now being taken off the agenda during dinner at the Wells household.
"I'm still worried. I don't think there's been enough said about what will happen now.
"Even in the news the money pledged to the NHS has already been retracted, Scotland are going to leave, there's going to be another referendum. I think there needs to be some sort of plan, guidance on what's going to happen," says Becky.
"My generation needs to focus on what we need from it.
"It's happened now so we've got focus on making the best out of it.
"I'm going to fight for our generation to get what we want out of this."
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