Prince William and Kate Middleton had a different approach to handling the general public than Prince Harry and wife Meghan Markle as they greeted hundreds outside Windsor Castle mourning the loss of Queen Elizabeth II , who died on Thursday at the age of 96. ,
Body language expert Tonya Reiman exclusively told Fox News Digital that there was a “huge difference” between the couples, which began with the way they “approached each other” and lasted as long as Harry while lovingly held his wife’s hand, the newly-appointed Prince and Princess of Wales acted more like “royals” with the distance between the pair.
“People were going, ‘Oh my god, you see how much love there is between a couple’ [Harry and Meghan]but the second pair [William and Kate] are royal. They’re used to this stuff,” Riemann said.
The new “Fab Four” reunited after years, but some weren’t without criticism as Prince William went viral in a video where he was criticized for his lack of chivalry for his wife, while Harry was smitten with Meghan. Was on the side and was open. The group left the event together on Saturday as the car door.
Reiman noted that while Harry is clearly protective of Meghan, his tendency to cross his hand on her jacket was due to never really feeling comfortable in the spotlight despite nearly four decades with royal status .
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“He always does this, it’s a comfort level thing to cross his arms and when we cross our arms across his body, it helps us feel less insecure. When I see it I don’t see the discomfort on Harry’s part, but I feel the vulnerability,” Reiman said.
“When you look at Kate, she’s totally royal. She’s the one. So looking at Kate, you have to recognize what kind of thing she is. I don’t think there’s a question of who’s better at it.” . I think who was more comfortable living in that skin, and that to me is Kate.”
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Reiman also noted that Middleton’s facial expressions were more capricious and royally charged with an “I don’t care about you” instinct, as she insisted, “That’s how she’s been brought up. A hug from Kate is like an invisible wall above.”
On the other side of the coin, “A hug from Meghan is like, ‘Oh my god, we’re best friends.’ The difference in something as simple as the amount of hugs you give reflects differences on culture and how we feel about people and how we react.”
“When it comes to holding hands, there’s a difference between the two brothers. I think it tells more about William and Kate being ‘appropriate’ and feeling comfortable with Meghan and Harry.”
Reiman commented that the differences were more apparent than ever when Harry rushed to open the car door for Meghan, while William stood aside as Kate handled the situation alone. “You get comfortable with what you know and expect,” she said.
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As he made his way to the crowd, “the difference is definitely obvious when you come over Meghan” who warmly greeted, hugged and spoke with members of the public as if they were his own family. Were. At one point, it appeared as though Meghan had promised to bring flowers to the Queen’s resting place, but a colleague insisted Markle keep the blooms and continue meeting people.
“While Kate may feel the same way on some level, she does not exhibit the same emotion. She is more ‘this is what is appropriate’, ‘this is what I was born to do’. Both brothers That’s how it is,” Riemann said. “When you look at Harry, he’s very open, yet very uncomfortable. He always does something that demonstrates discomfort, whether it’s closing his arms or whether it’s your hand Doing the above and never in a rude way, but in a way that I say needs some sort of obstruction.”
“William is totally royal and he has a ‘don’t get close to me’ personality. So I think Harry wants to be that person who gets close, but can’t quite how he’s brought up. He tries does, but you can always see that there’s something that’s stopping him and again, I don’t think it’s a conscious thing. I think he tries but he can’t. When you look at William So I think it’s more than ‘this is the line’ that we draw in the sand, and you can’t cross it.'”
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Despite the perceived tension, William and Kate “know their roles” and what is expected of them as senior members of the royal family.
“They know what they have to display. That’s why they do it,” Riemann insisted. When asked about the incident where the Prince of Wales forgot to help Kate into the waiting vehicle, Reiman said: “William isn’t going to open the door because he knows there’s someone to open the door for him. Meghan and Harry For me, it’s more of an affectionate moment. It’s a different kind of relationship. And it’s also the relationship you put out to the public.”
She continued, “I didn’t get the impression based on their nonverbal cues that it was something they were intentionally doing to the public. I felt it and based on their nonverbal words it was more about their relationship. And if you look at Harry’s face, you can see the difference. It’s something I’ve been seeing for years.
“Harry is a lot more emotional and that’s how he grew up. I think when you look at two boys, the reaction is different. So Charles can say, my kids both have the same reproduction, but it’s not the same have the same personality. When they talk about proper, they’ll probably say that William is more reasonable. This is what they’ve been exposed to.”