Who doesn't like an inside scope of the royal family! But, lately, all we got was a bitter taste. There were many speculations of the Sussex and Cambridge couple having trouble in maintaining common ground. Their recent engagement has given some pointers.
On Monday, March 11, almost all members of the British monarchy graced the Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey. Our favorite 'Fab Four' also joined along with the Prince of Wales. The whole event seemed extremely serene, and the attendees socialized with perfect harmony. Though, all eyes were on the four leading Royal Highnesses.
Expert's verdict on the royal feud
Both the charming Princes of Britain were in good spirits as they arrived at the venue in order of their ranks. The Sussex couple walked in first, followed by the Cambridge pair.
Talking to Express UK, the body language expert, Judi James gave her verdict on their mutual chemistry. She expressed how well the royal siblings got along as if they have no effect of rift rumors among their wives.
The royal brothers were strict and sophisticated but still channeled some great bonding. On account of their identical posture and similar behavior, Judi positively analyzed them, saying:
But, it's good to see their body language shows signs of strong bonding and like-minded thinking via this intense subconscious mirroring.
Different not distant
So, what about the Duchesses? Meghan and Kate's respective husbands have a dissimilar set of duties. Prince William is honing his skills to be the future King while Prince Harry is a future dad. In accordance with that, Kate needs to maintain a poised and appropriate persona, while Meghan can employ openness and warmth.
Was it easy to comprehend the royal Fab Four's behavior now? After all, we've got an expert's opinion now! Share this and let us know if you think their feud is over - at least in the expressive way!