Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Have Started Copying Each Other's Gestures, But What Does It Mean?
Last week, the Duchess of Sussex celebrated the launch of her first solo project, a charity cookbook Together: Our Community Kitchen. Her husband, Prince Harry, was by her side to support her, and the couple proved they are a team, as they mirrored one another’s movements during the event.
This isn’t the first time Meghan and Harry have publically mirrored each other’s body language. The newlyweds looked perfectly in synch as they walked and waved during their official visit to Ireland.
When we look at the photos, we can see that Meghan and Harry not only move their legs in unison, but they also hold their waves at the same level. If this is not impressive, we don’t know what is!
What does it mean?
According to Imagine Health, we mirror people we like. It can be shown in the unintentional copying of the body language, speech, and even facial expression. If someone mirrors your body language, it means they feel empathy towards you.
Mirroring is a powerful tool that we use subconsciously. A good example is when a couple walks in step with each other. It indicates that they are in sync, and shows a sign of comfort and trust.
What do experts say about Meghan and Harry’s excessive PDA?
Harry and Meghan are not afraid to show their affection towards each other in public. Experts say that this is a way for them to offer support or seek for comfort when the situation becomes overwhelming.
Some people criticize the Duke and Duchess for that, but others love the royal couple no matter what.
Aaawwwwww ❤️💋❤️💋❤️💋🤗— Francia Lin (@LinFrancia) September 16, 2018
😍— SSlick4 (@SSlick4) September 23, 2018
Love this 💕— SunLady☉ (@SonDromer) September 23, 2018
Despite what the critique, many experts agree that Meghan and Harry’s actions towards each other show one thing – love.
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