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Meghan 'Pushes Harry around like Furniture' Claims Body Language Expert Who Showed Some Examples

Brittany Chalmers
Jun 24, 2022
04:00 P.M.
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The world was abuzz when Prince Harry announced his engagement to American-born actress Meghan Markle in 2017. Their love story had a fairytale beginning, and everything seemed perfect—until they departed from the British royal family in 2020.

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During a tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey, the couple shared many shocking revelations about the pain they experienced while working for the Firm. However, royal commentators were still surprised by Harry's decision to leave.

For years netizens have shared their opinions about what is happening beneath the surface of the Sussexes' relationship. Experts also weighed in, revealing telling examples displaying Meghan and Harry's power dynamics.

When Meghan married her real-life Prince charming, she became a topic of mass attention, with people studying her every word and movement. When she spoke about her relationship before they announced their engagement, Meghan said:

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"We’re a couple. We’re in love. This is for us. It’s part of what makes it so special, that’s just ours."

She spoke like any woman would, longing for privacy regarding her personal life. Meghan also shared that she and Harry would come forward with details about their love story when it was the right time.

Harry was equally besotted with his wife-to-be, and the duo appeared happy and excited about their journey as working royals. However, by 2021, the married couple had different feelings.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle leaving a church service at St Paul's Cathedral in London, England on June 3, 2022. | Source: Getty Images

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle leaving a church service at St Paul's Cathedral in London, England on June 3, 2022. | Source: Getty Images

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Harry revealed that he felt trapped in royal life and stated he wouldn't have been capable of leaving his royal duties if not for Meghan. The Prince also credited her for saving him, and allegations that the actress had manipulated him quickly arose.

Meghan refuted all claims that she had orchestrated the situation for her benefit, and she added:

"Can you imagine how little sense that makes? I left my career, my life, I left everything because I love him, and our plan was to do this forever."

Harry stood by his wife's side faithfully and thanked her for being his support structure. During the Invictus Games in 2022, he said that having her by his side "meant everything."

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry at the Invictus Games on April 17, 2022 in The Hague, Netherlands. | Source: Getty Images

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry at the Invictus Games on April 17, 2022 in The Hague, Netherlands. | Source: Getty Images

MEGHAN 'PUSHES HARRY AROUND LIKE FURNITURE,' CLAIMS EXPERT

Prince Harry's unwavering commitment to Meghan has led to many controversial opinions, and one body language expert claimed that the actress controlled her husband.

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Jesus Enrique Rosas explained numerous occasions where Meghan displayed "bossy" behavior during an engagement in Dublin, Ireland. Rosas focused on her general body language to substantiate his opinions and stated:

"The main detail is Meghan's gesture, which is not only extending her arm to him but actually touching him like he should move it, that he should get this done."

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle meeting the Irish PM Varadkar in Dublin, Ireland on July 10, 2018. | Source: youtube.com/AP Archive

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle meeting the Irish PM Varadkar in Dublin, Ireland on July 10, 2018. | Source: youtube.com/AP Archive

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The expert highlighted that the Prince's body language revealed he had many doubts, which explained why his hand covered his abdomen in a defensive gesture.

Rosa also underlined how the couple entered the room. He said:

"You notice that Meghan is the first one to rush into the room, even if Harry is the one who has to give his signature."

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When Rosas commented on the couple's appearance at the Tomorrow's Women Wirral event in Birkenhead, England, he highlighted their behavior, calling Meghan "bossy" again.

He noted that the actress initially used an open palm to gesture that Harry should pull the curtains, but because "patience is not one of Meghan's strong points," her behavior changed significantly.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry attend the Tomorrow’s Women Wirral in Birkenhead, UK, circa 2019. | Source: twitter.com/TomorrowsWomen

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry attend the Tomorrow’s Women Wirral in Birkenhead, UK, circa 2019. | Source: twitter.com/TomorrowsWomen

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Rosas shared that Meghan signaled Harry a second time, but instead of using an open palm, she pointed with her index finger. The expert said:

"That is a bossy gesture, a commanding signal."

He also educated viewers on the potential meanings of using one's index finger. He described the action as a gesture that had the power to make people feel pressured and could reinforce aggression.

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Meghan revealed another telling feature about herself at the event in Birkenhead, and Rosas drew attention to it, providing a suspected justification.

He focused on the "creepy grin" Meghan had on her face after Harry reacted to her gesture. Rosas claimed the actress was trying to joke with the audience regarding the Prince's confused response.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry attend the Tomorrow’s Women Wirral in Birkenhead, UK, circa 2019. | Source: youtube.com/Daily Mail

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry attend the Tomorrow’s Women Wirral in Birkenhead, UK, circa 2019. | Source: youtube.com/Daily Mail

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On a different occasion, the body language expert studied a moment that baffled him. Meghan wanted Harry to sit at the table before her while they were visiting the Dogpatch startup hub in Dublin, Ireland — and the "weird" scenes left Rosas confused.

He asked how the Prince could have sat first, alluding to specific protocols and standard practices that prevented him from doing so. Rosas then noted that the actress seemed to have doubts about when she should take her place, and he added:

"[It] looks like they hadn't the slightest idea of what to do at that moment ... That's not very common."

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attend the Dogpatch startup hub in Dublin, Ireland on July 11, 2018. | Source: Getty Images

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attend the Dogpatch startup hub in Dublin, Ireland on July 11, 2018. | Source: Getty Images

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Meghan placed her hand on Prince Harry's shoulder during the couple's attendance at the Endeavour Fund Awards in Central London.

The swift movement was telling, in Rosas' opinion. He watched their actions in slow motion and shared:

"It's a very subtle gesture, but you can see how her hand is on Harry's back, and then it goes directly over his shoulder. It's like she wanted to disguise her intentions with that hand on his back."

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry attending the Endeavour Fund Awards in Central London on March 5, 2020. | Source: youtube.com/The Body Language Guy

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry attending the Endeavour Fund Awards in Central London on March 5, 2020. | Source: youtube.com/The Body Language Guy

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Rosas claimed Meghan used non-verbal cues to command Harry into the idea of letting her walk first. The gesture seemed to work as the Prince stepped aside and slightly curtsied to his wife.

The body language expert also highlighted that Meghan was standing with her feet apart in a power stance, while Prince Harry had an insecure posture.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry attending the Endeavour Fund Awards in Central London on March 5, 2020. | Source: youtube.com/The Body Language Guy

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry attending the Endeavour Fund Awards in Central London on March 5, 2020. | Source: youtube.com/The Body Language Guy

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In a brief but revealing clip, Rosas analyzed low-quality footage, and after watching the scenes on loop, he reached a startling discovery. The body language expert purported that Meghan was domineering and cut Harry off.

He drew attention to the actress's arm placed over Harry's stomach. He stated that the Prince was on his way to greet someone when Meghan's hand unexpectedly held him back. Rosas noted:

"[It was] an obvious signal that he should stop, and then she goes first to greet the man. Harry doesn't have [any] other option than [to] tap her on her arm, [as if he was] saying, 'Oh well, you go ahead first.'"

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry greeting a man. | Source: youtube.com/The Body Language Guy

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry greeting a man. | Source: youtube.com/The Body Language Guy

Per Rosas, the couple's interactions revealed that there was a lack of synchronization between them. On multiple occasions, when Harry displayed what Rosas called an "insecure posture," he looked to Meghan for approval.

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He appeared to be searching for non-verbal cues that permitted him to proceed. Rosas explained:

"When Harry finally decides to step forward and greet people, or enter rooms where he has to sign books or do something expected from him, Meghan either interrupts or he requests her signal to proceed."

Rosas purported that the encounters portrayed Meghan as impatient with a "dominant personality and attitude." The body language expert made many claims about the couple's personalities and roles in their relationship.

After studying numerous clips and assessing the footage in detail, he ultimately concluded that Meghan tended to push her husband around like furniture.

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