The expert described the couple’s behaviour as “neutral on both their parts”.
“They do not necessarily look at each other mutually and when they do they do meet eyes there is no spontaneous reaction - no smile,” Louise reveals.
“They are actually quite distant in their walk and although she has a free hand it never reaches towards him.”
When Taite placed his arms protectively around Ali as the pair waited for their bags, Louise reveals that while Ali has “familiarity” with him and is holding his finger – a good sign – there are multiple other warnings that things may not be so rosy between the pair.
“Ali’s hips are projected away from him,” Louise explains. “His hand has no energy in it. lt is limply lying on her shoulder and he has one hand behind his back.
“Hiding hands is a sign of deceit - unless Taite is holding her hand with his behind his back but I don’t think so because it’s too low.”
Louise concluded: “Overall this behaviour says: This is a couple that know each other, have a deal, and know they are being watched.”