What Princess Eugenie And Jack Brooksbank’s Body Language Say About Their Relationship? Expert Reveals The Truth

Date August 21, 2018 09:27

Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank are set to marry on 12th of October. The ceremony will take place at St. George’s Chapel, which will surely be beautifully decorated for the occasion, just like it was for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding.


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But while we know some details about the upcoming event, we don’t know much about Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s relationship. A body language expert, Judi James, carefully analyzed their behavior and she has something to say about the lovey-dovey couple.


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What hints can we get from the couple’s body language?

Judi James can say for sure that the couple is in love. The pair couldn’t stop smiling at their engagement interview as they tried hard to repress their happiness, which was impossible to do.

Jack in particular wore kind of the rounded and raised cheeks that signal genuine happiness and at times his cheeks even turned pink to show shyness too.


When it comes to their relationship, Eugenie might be holding the wheel.

Eugenie's rather husky, sexy voice and her more assured body language suggests she will be the more powerful partner.


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James also claims that Jack’s behavior is a little bit different to Prince Andrew and Prince Harry as he “lacks the signals of alpha machismo”.


Everything can change after the wedding. The royal’s fiancée might gain some confidence as he will be the official member of the royal family and will have to join his future wife at royal events. We are excited to see if their relationship dynamic will transform with time.

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