Meghan Markle fans love her ‘Game of Thrones’ escape from the royals
But building a life in L.A., should the couple choose to do so, wouldn’t be simple, others warned.
“I’m interested to see how they’re going to support themselves and what kind of life they would be able to have,” said Anita Rogers, chief executive and founder of British American Household Staffing, which connects local families with British nannies and other domestic workers. “I don’t think the queen would allow a royal son or daughter to not have the best of the best when it came to education and child care.”
The city’s hundreds-strong paparazzi corps would also pose a problem.
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