The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been considered one of the most popular celebrity family for years. The public and body language experts are closely following every their appearance in society. They have already analyzed their parental style, attitude towards children, and the way they interact with relatives.
However, not so long ago, experts began to notice dramatic changes in their behavior.
Even after the wedding, the couple looked as if they felt a little cramped in front of the cameras. The young people seemed to be serious about their future roles as King and Queen and tried to follow the rules of etiquette and protocol.
At the same time, Harry and Meghan's didn’t hesitate to express their feelings in public. Surprisingly, the Cambridges have been recently noticed to show similar behavior. Have they begun to take an example from the Sussexes?
The spouses have controlled themselves for years, so what has changed?
'Odd' behavior of the couple was first noticed after the birth of Prince Louis. Judy James, a well-known body language expert, noted that William was happy that Kate finished the maternity leave so early to accompany him during public engagements again. According to her observations, both spouses were more confident when they were together, and the Prince was more likely to smile at his wife and even peek at her.
Over time, their body language became more and more sophisticated and informal. It no longer surprising that they stick together, laugh more often, and even crack jokes about each other.
The fact that William had his own unique way to show affection for his wife in public didn’t hide from Judi James: We saw him repeatedly put his hand on Kate’s back as if hugging her gently.
The expert also noted that the reason for such changes is extremely touching: the birth of the third child. She thinks that Louis appearance strongly influenced the Cambridges and made them feel happier than ever before. James also noticed that the spouses' gestures became mirrored similarly to those times when they were still very young.
It seems to us that Judy is right: Kate and William probably could have started the 'second honeymoon', even if they spend it at work.
And what do you think about the influence of a child on relationships between a husband and wife? Share your thoughts in the comments.