Harry & Meghan Showed They Are a Mutually Adoring Couple While at London Event, Body Language Expert Claims
A body language expert revealed that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry showed off 'honeymoon style' body language during the first public appearance since announcing their royal exit.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry made a memorable entrance in the rain on Thursday night when they arrived at Mansion House in London for the Endeavour Fund Awards.
The royal couple arrived arm in arm, cuddling each other closely under an umbrella as they made their way to the building entrance.
Making their first joint appearance since announcing that they would be stepping down as senior members of the royal family, Meghan and Harry couldn't keep their hands off each other.
Meghan and Harry dazzled as they arrived in complimenting blue ensembles to a sea of flashing lights that portrayed a movie-like scene as they walked in the rain. Breaking down their body language, Judi said:
"[They] used a dazzling display of eye-gazing, mirrored pinging smiles and loving, intimate touch rituals to announce the fact that they are still a very like-minded and mutually-adoring couple."
Judi said the couple's love for each was especially evident with Harry, who, after almost a week of being in England without Meghan, looked visibly excited to have his wife by his side.
She points to Harry's reddened cheeks and "the gleam in his eyes" as a clear indicator of their deep affection, saying their constant gazes at each other were signs of "their mutual happiness."
Some familiar Harry and Meghan PDA’s tonight! pic.twitter.com/YD50fokHV0— Rebecca English (@RE_DailyMail) March 5, 2020
The couple's affection continued as they entered the venue and mingled with guests and award nominees. Decoding their body language when they sat down, Judi said:
"Sitting together later Harry stretched one arm out across Meghan's lap to hold her hand in that 'on-going honeymoon' style they were always known for."
It is reported, Meghan and Harry were both in good spirits as they visited the hotel for a private lunch only a short distance away from Buckingham Palace.