Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are now citizens of the United States. Reports are now confirming that the Duchess of Sussex is beginning to feel more comfortable.
Earlier this week, U.S. Weekly reported that Meghan loves the L.A. environment. Citing a source, the news medium explained that the Duchess appreciates the more familiar settings.
The past few months have been busy for the Sussexes. They announced their exit from the Royal Family in January and have spent the past few weeks preparing for it.
From negotiating with other family members over the terms of their exit to planning their lives, it's been a wild ride. While they had settled in Canada initially, the coronavirus forced them to move stateside.
Reports have speculated over how the transition could affect the couple. However, it was reported that Meghan is adjusting just fine. A source said:
"They've been looking forward to [moving], and they're very content and happy to finally be all settled in… Meghan feels at home too..."
However, things might be a tad challenging for Harry, as he could find some issues with work. While the rules of the Commonwealth allow Harry to get employment in Canada easily, he will need a green card in the States.
Of course, Meghan could support him. She's an American citizen, so while he can support himself, her citizenship also helps.
They've been waiting to get out of the British scene for a long time.
There have been several commentaries concerning the Sussexes and their new life in Los Angeles. Earlier this month, a separate report explained that they were happy to start life anew.
"The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will spend the next few months focusing on their family and continuing to do what they can, safely and privately..."
Regardless, they'll be keeping close contact with their family members and Britain too. The Queen will turn 94 this month. The Sussexes won't be there to celebrate with her, but they've reportedly promised to FaceTime her on the day.
Buckingham Palace has canceled the annual celebration of Queen Elizabeth's birthday due to the pandemic. So, she'll be spending this year with her close friends and family.
Harry, Meghan, and Archie will do their best to cheer her up and celebrate with her from across the pond.