When we look at the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, we see a couple in love. They want to show their affection towards each other and are not afraid to display it publically.
According to experts, body language can determine 93% of communication in a relationship. Through body language, we can suggest how intimate the relationship is and if there is something worrying about it. So what does Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's PDA say about them as a couple?
The Today Show’s expert claims that the fact that the two are constantly holding hands and in close proximity to one another shows they are really close and intimate.
However, some people suggest that their lovey-dovey PDA might actually be a bad thing.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s royal tour is filled with photographs of the couple hugging, touching, stroking each other’s back, and lovingly gazing at one another. They created for themselves the reputation of a publically affectionate couple and their constant adorable displays of love are dominating the headlines.
But it seems that it paints a not-so-adorable picture in the minds of many people. A royal blogger explained:
Yes, there is such a thing as too much PDA. It’s now starting to come across as clingy, needy and insecure and more importantly actually quite unprofessional.
Another royal observer noted:
And it’s not just holding hands is it—it’s clinging to the point where they look awkward as they only have one free hand each—bit like a three-legged race.
Meghan and Harry are free to show their affection however and whenever they like. But being a royal implies a certain level of propriety. It’s not just distracting; it also takes attention away from the important work that they do.
Nonetheless, some people say their PDA is not that bad
What do you think? Is Meghan and Harry’s PDA too much or should they continue to publically declare their love for each other?