Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are still moving in after moving to Los Angeles, and as previously noted, the two are making a series of adjustments.
According to London ladiesFrom Marissa Hermer, the biggest adjustments that the Duke and Duchess will make will be mostly positive.
Speaking from experience, Hermer, who moved to LA herself, revealed to We weekly, “Most of the adjustments are only positive. Blue sky, sun, space. All these wonderful things, wonderful places. London is the most magical city in the world, but the Los Angeles way of life deserves to be moved. That’s what [my family] moved to. “
The public relations expert added that “the feeling of being far from home is difficult”, but believes that there are “different ways to manage” the changes.
“Likewise, you can create a family with your friends wherever you go. For anyone moving abroad from their family, “she noted,” I think it’s just setting up your little community wherever you go, which is something that [my family and I have] Done here. My family is in Orange County, so it’s useful. “
Hermer added that as a parent, the United States is the best country to raise your children.
“The cars are bigger, the streets are bigger, the refrigerators are bigger, the pantries are bigger, the garages are bigger. I can probably feed my family … food in my house for weeks, while in London … the refrigerators are smaller there, “she said.
Earlier in January, Meghan and Harry announced their decision to move from the United Kingdom to Los Angeles, in pursuit of an independent life.