• Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's move in the U.S. is better for their growing family
  • Prince William's brother is not as tough as Markle and might struggle with his life in the U.S.
  • The Duke and Duchess of Sussex contacted LAPD due to drone flybys

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry may have just made the right decision in moving to Los Angeles.

In January, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced that they were stepping back as senior members of the royal family. Shortly after the bombshell announcement, Prince Harry and Markle moved to Canada.

They returned to the U.K. in March to carry out their final engagement. In April, it was reported that the Sussexes were already in the U.S.

There is a mixed reaction regarding the royal couple’s move to the U.S. However, according to the “Ladies of London” alum Marissa Hermer, the move might just be worth it.

“Most of the adjustments are only positive. Blue skies, sunshine, space. All of those wonderful things, wonderful places,” the expert told Us Weekly. “London is the most magical city in the world, but the L.A. lifestyle I think is worth moving for. It’s what [my family] moved for.”

Los Angeles is also a better place for a growing family, according to Hermer. She even cited an example to prove her point.

“Cars are bigger, streets are bigger, refrigerators are bigger, pantries are bigger, garages are bigger,” she added. “I can probably feed my family … from the food in my house for weeks, whereas in London … refrigerators are smaller there.”

According to the public relations expert, being far from home is difficult. However, there are various ways to manage it.

“Equally, you can build a family with your friends wherever you go. For anyone who moves internationally away from their family,” she added. “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’s down in Orange County, so that’s helpful.”

Meanwhile, royal commentator and author Tom Quinn warned Prince Harry about the move. For Quinn, Prince William’s brother will likely have worse in the U.S. than Markle in the U.K.

“I think Harry will be like a lost soul in the U.S.,” Quinn said on Channel 5’s “Harry & Meghan: Two Troubled Years.” “It will be far worse for Harry in America than Meghan in England because he’s not as tough as she is.”

In related news, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have contacted LAPD multiple times due to drone flybys. The couple suspected that the drones took photos of them and their son, Archie, because it was flying within their property as low as 20 feet. The drone-related incidents happened on May 9, 19, 20, 21 and 25.

Meghan Markle is suing Associated Newspapers for printing parts of her letter to her "vulnerable" father in August 2018, saying the media harassed and manipulated him
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry AFP / Daniel LEAL-OLIVAS