James Corden has revealed the thing he misses about the UK more than anything, and the advice he always give visitors.
It comes amid rumours that he’s quitting Hollywood to move back home.
The star was back in London very briefly this weekend, appearing on Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway as the guest announcer and to attend the UK premiere for his new movie Peter Rabbit in Leicester Square.
James, who voices Beatrix Potter’s iconic character, has lived in Los Angeles for years now, hosting his own show The Late Late Show with James Corden.
But it’s been said that he’s worried about his parents missing seeing their three grandchildren going up and being 5,000 miles away from his mum and dad.
Speaking to Mirror Online on the grassy carpet, he said: "Oddly, the thing I miss most is architecture, because I think London is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, and I think I took it for granted when I lived here.
"So now I live somewhere with almost no architecture, I sort of look around and, if anyone says to me, ‘I’m going to London, what should I do?’ I say, ‘You should look up’."
James, 39, recently joked that he’d lived as a rabbit for a year in order to prepare for the role.
He said: "I’m Daniel Day Lewis, let’s be honest. I lived as a rabbit for about 10 days, I slept in a hutch outside, I lived on a diet of carrots and lettuce."
He added: "I actually got facial reconstruction surgery, which I’ve only just recovered from, such is my commitment to being the rabbit, you know."
James also told the Sunday Mirror that his kids, unfortunately, weren’t impressed when he told them he was going to be Peter Rabbit.
He said: "I thought this would be the coolest thing in the world but they are like, ‘Yeah, whatever dad, sure’.
"None of that stuff is impressive to them."
* Peter Rabbit is in cinemas Friday, March 16
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