Victoria Beckham may have only moved to Los Angeles a week ago, but she already prefers her new surroundings to Madrid.
The 33-year-old and her footballer husband moved stateside last week as David began a new chapter in his career at LA Galaxy after leaving Spanish club Real Madrid.
And Victoria told the Sun: "We've loved every minute so far. I can't see us going back.
"I already feel so much happier being in Los Angeles. This feels like a whole new start for us as a family.
"We can leave the negative stuff from Spain behind. The four years there weren't always easy."
Mrs Beckham explained to the tabloid that in the Spanish capital she and David "didn't have much of a social life", but in Hollywood "everyone seems to want to come out here to see us".
She insisted that the couple's three sons, Brooklyn, eight, Romeo, four, and Cruz, two, had been "so excited" about the move to America.
"They are getting ready to go to summer camp and make friends with kids from school," Vic said.
And speaking from her £12 million Beverly Hills mansion she responded to the slating of her tongue-in-cheek documentary Victoria Beckham: Coming to America with an "I don't care".
"I'm not here to break America. My job is to support David and sort the kids."