Prince William and Kate Middleton had a less ‘affectionate vibe’ to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle when dealing with the public as they greeted the Queen’s mourners outside Windsor Castle.
Tonya Reiman, a body language expert, exclusively told Fox News that there was a ‘gigantic difference’ between the royal couples, starting with the way ‘they approached one another’ – with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex holding hands and the new Prince and Princess of Wales being more royal-like walking with a distance between them.
Reiman said: “People were going, ‘Oh My God, you see how much love there is between one couple [Harry and Meghan], but the other couple [William and Kate] are royals’. They’re used to this stuff.”
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The ‘Fab Four’ were reunited after spending several years apart but were criticised after Prince William went viral for his ‘lack of chivalry’ towards Middleton, while Prince Harry was praised for being close to Markle’s side and opening a car door for her on Saturday.
Reiman also noted that while the Duke of Sussex is ‘obviously protective’ of his wife, the crossing of his arm over his jacket suggests that he does not feel comfortable in the spotlight despite active royal duty for more than 40 years.
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She said: “He always does this, that’s a comfort level thing to cross his arms and when we cross our arms across our body, it’s to help us feel less vulnerable.
“When I see this, I don’t see [the] discomfort on Harry’s part, but I feel vulnerability.
“When you look at Kate, she is all royal. She is the one. So looking at Kate, you have to recognise this is kind of what she’s been primed for. I don’t think that there’s a question of who’s better at it.
“I think it’s more who was more comfortable being in that skin, and that for me is Kate.”
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Reiman said Middleton’s facial expressions held an ‘I don’t care about you’ instinct as she remarked: “It’s how she’s been bred. A hug from Kate is kind of like there’s an invisible wall up.
“When it comes to the hand holding, there is a difference between the two brothers. I think it suggests more of what William and Kate feel is ‘appropriate’ and what Meghan and Harry feel comfortable with.”
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