A body language expert has weighed in on Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle's recent outing to The Commonwealth Day service held at Westminster Abbey on Monday, March 11.
All eyes were on the ladies after rumours were rife there has been a rift between the pair, yet their current display of communication shows nothing but 'friendship'.
“It was clear Kate and Meghan were keen to signal bonds of warm friendship today, rather than the either distant or over-congruent displays from the last couple of outings,” body language expert Judi James told The Express.
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The comment came after the girls were last seen at Christmas Day church at the Queen’s Sandringham Estate in Norfolk which came after claims that the Duchess of Cambridge was left in tears over the dress fitting with her sister-in-law.
Judi told The Sun that the girls “performed” and both were “gesticulating in an over-congruent way” to emphasise their bond.
She also said that they “seemed to be the one trying to re-ignite that spark with her animated body language and wide smile while Kate appeared to make active moves towards her sister-in-law."