#AskExpatWives: What Do You Love About Living in the UK?

Moving to a new country and starting a new life is definitely a scary experience, but it’s also an incredibly rewarding one too. Both Jude and I are American expats who moved across the pond to join our British husbands living in the UK. Since moving, we have both found things we love and adore about living in England, that we hope will never change.

What We Love About the UK

In this video, we discuss a few of our favourite things about the country – what we absolutely love and wish was a little more common in the USA.

Though we both live in completely different parts of the UK, there’s plenty of things we have noticed that are the same no matter where you go. We talk about the beautiful countryside, the difference in customer service interactions within stores and even public transport.

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What Is ‘Ask Expat Wives’?

This is the first episode in our #AskExpatWives series. In these videos we am to answer your questions about life as an expat, living in the UK, our British husbands and more. By talking to a range of expats in the UK, we hope you’ll get a great sense of what life is like and what changes you might expect if you are considering moving to a new country.

If you have a question you would like us to answer in a future episode, leave it in the comments below! Alternatively, send your questions to us on Twitter using our handle @ilovemybrit and using the hashtag #AskExpatWives. We’ll also be releasing a similar series next week, #AskBritishHusbands, where our significant others give their perspective on adapting to new cultures and life after an LDR.

-Chelsea

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Chris Martin

Chris is a digital marketing manager for CommonTime, currently living in Nottingham, UK. He met Chelsea when she visited a friend of his in his hometown of Plymouth in 2013.