Judi James told Fabulous Digital: "It’s pretty safe to evaluate, from their loving and affectionate body language, that the couple are still effectively on their honeymoon.”
"If anything, their touches, and romantic, caring rituals, have become stronger - rather than showing any signs of cooling off."
Harry has been spotted with his hand on Meghan’s on several occasions as they arrived at the beach to meet members of the Waves for Change charity on Monwabisi beach.
James continued: "The subtle, thoughtful ponytail smoothing while Meghan was busy talking with her hosts is one of the strongest tie-sign rituals, with Harry communicating caring and affectionate attention to his wife even though his attention is diverted behind her."
"It’s a reminder that he is around, but - with Meghan’s confident and sociable approach in full swing - it’s showing the love without any trace of a suggestion that he might think she’s in need of support or encouragement."
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