James Corden: Living in America is tough

British comic James Corden has revealed he finds living in America to be "tough".

James Corden: Living in America is tough

James Corden finds living in America to be "tough".

The 37-year-old comic has relocated after becoming the full-time host of 'The Late Late Show' and has admitted he fears the impact living so far away from friends and family in the UK will have on his children.

James - who has a four-year-old son called Max and a 14-month-old daughter named Carey with his wife Julia Carey - admitted: "We are a long way from grandparents, aunties, uncles and friends. It is tough.

"But I am home much more than if I was making a film. I feel very conscious that my children are only going to be young once. And, as far as I can tell, no one ends up on a therapist's chair saying, 'My dad was around too much giving me too many cuddles'."

James revealed he harbours particular fears for his daughter.

He told The Big Issue magazine: "My big worry is for my daughter. I worry she is not going to know life in Britain.

"It will just be a place we come to in winter where she is going to be, 'Oh my god, why is it so cold? Grandma and granddad don't even have a pool, this is disgusting'. I really hope that doesn't happen.

"My wife is speaking posher and posher around the house to try to keep them British."

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