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If you happened to be in Malibu on Monday, you might have spotted the Seinfelds. It’s true.
Native New Yorkers Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld — he hails from Brooklyn, her from the tiny town of Oyster Bay, and together they live on Long Island with their three kids — took a drive down the coast to check out the beachfront community while in town for Wednesday’s second annual Los Angeles Fatherhood Lunch (hosted by Jerry and benefiting Jessica’s Good+ Foundation and its many fatherhood programs and partnerships, like Children’s Institute’s Project Fatherhood).
Again, the Good+ founder and president found herself struck by how much she loves the “casual” nature of the City of Angels.
“In New York, I feel like I’m dressed for work every single day, and we dress like we’re in armor,” she told Pret-a-Reporter on the press line for the event, which raised $200,000 for initiatives and programs sponsored by Good+ for fathers in need. “In L.A. there’s not as much armor.”
The result of ditching heavy duds in favor of the easy breezy way delivered a welcome exhale. “I’m immediately relaxed when I’m out here,” she smiled, dressed in cobalt blue Mugler. “I could move here, but I don’t know if that’s in the cards.”
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