Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, since announcing their engagement in November 2017, have become renowned for their affectionate appearances. According to body language experts, these public displays of affection have rubbed off on Prince William and Kate Middleton, who appear more loved-up than ever.
Judi James, leading television expert in body language, told Express that the subtle changes in the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's body language prove that, adding that Kate is "oozing confidence" since returning from maternity leave.
“There seems to have been some intrinsic changes in the body language of Kate and husband William since the birth of their third child,” Judi revealed.
“Kate seems to have increased in confidence here at their first public outing together since the birth and William is unusually tactile, flashing some sweet “pinging” smiles at his wife to suggest he’s incredibly pleased to have her back at his side.”
James added, “Kate positively strides from the car and her torso and arm movements tell a similar story of confidence and energy.
“The pair always look happy and loving but usually in a non-tactile way.
“This tendency to touch in public seems to be a new trait for them.
“It could be a signal of delighted parenthood but it might also have been prompted by the very tactile displays from Harry and Meghan.”
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are often spotted engaging in PDA, a trait which has become somewhat their signature.