Body Language Experts Analyze Prince William And Kate Middleton’s Attitude To The Third Baby And Their Elder Kids

Kate Middleton and Prince William’s love story has been tested by time and circumstances. They met each other years ago, when studying at a university, then dated, broke up. Nevertheless, on 29th April 2011, an event eagerly awaited took place – Kate and William got married and became the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

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On 23rd April 2018, for the third time they were leaving London St. Mary hospital – on that remarkable day their youngest child and the second son, Prince Louis, was born. As always, the Duchess along with her husband went home in surprisingly short time after giving birth and presenting the newborn to people.

These events, memorable to all British people are abundantly depicted in numerous photos, which have drawn the attention of the body language experts. They shared their observations on the Kate and William’s relationship and compared recent photos with older ones.

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On their first public appearance with the baby, the Duke and Duchess looked a bit tired but calm and even relaxed. In front of the crowd, they seemed to be completely focused on the baby, according to Patti Wood, a body language expert. They were so involved with each other and during the official photo shoot, they found ways to chat.

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William was carefully embracing his spouse as if to remind, that she is wearing high heels, and there was a helpless baby sleeping in her arms. The way the couple was holding hands palm to palm also proves their commitment, mutual love, and appreciation.

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It is also evident that they mirrored each other’s movements; Kate and William kept in step, which is a sign of full harmony, faced the same direction and smiled genuinely enough, which was different from their first public appearances with newborn George and Charlotte.

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Kate was holding little Louis as gently and close as her firstborn, with her arms firmly crossed, said Judy James, another body language expert. Even though the couple looked happy, both were slightly tense. George’s birth was a true first-time miracle for them that is why they felt overly responsible.

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Princess Charlotte’s presentation was a bit different. It almost had been two years since the Duke and Duchess became parents. Kate even seemed a tiny bit reckless, only slightly supporting the baby. As for William, again, he was alert as his body was turned towards his spouse.

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What is behind this behavior of a mother that firmly held her sons and only slightly supported her daughter with one hand? Judy James came to a conclusion that the Duke and Duchess do not prioritize any of the babies over the others. She attributed this peculiarity to Charlotte’s apparent quieter temper in comparison to her brothers'.

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Tonya Reiman, another body language expert, noted that William and Kate were glowing with genuine happiness. They are comfortable with each other and with their children. Judy James agreed after studying William’s photo bringing his older children to the hospital before his wife was released. William looked quite energetic but calm and composed. It indicates that he is confident in a role of a father and carries full responsibility for his family.

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To summarize, the Duke and Duchess’s union gets stronger every year. They are a real team. Of course, there is no perfect couple, but in the view of the experts’ comments it seems that this may be the one, don’t you think?

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