After the pictures of Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan among their family members were released, people started sharing their thoughts on it.
One of them was body language expert Judi James. In an interview she had with Daily Mail, she confessed that the photos proved how much the newlyweds love each other, Prince William’s status in the family, Meghan’s bond with her mother, and Queen Elizabeth’s ‘delight.’
The first image James analyzed was the one showing Meghan sitting between Harry’s legs. James said that it looked like a Hollywood romance as it was sexy, flirty, and proved that they ‘adore’ one another.
James added that it was the 'most romantic' wedding shot she's ever seen. Another body language expert, Robin Kermode, took part in the interview and pointed out that the couple’s wrists were relaxed, which is a sign of complete calm.
Experts also took their time to talk about the photo that Kensington Palace released showing Meghan and Harry next to several members of their family, including William, Duchess Kate, Elizabeth, Princes Phillip and Charles, and Doria Ragland.
James confessed that even though she didn’t expect such a traditional photo, Harry’s big grin showed genuine happiness in comparison to the natural and congruent smiles of his side of the family who opted for keeping the realm formality.
Apart from that, James pointed out that Meghan’s torso was slightly turned towards Ragland, which means that there is an undeniable bond between mother and daughter.
James added that William looked more dominant than his father, Charles, who is due to take the throne, and that Elizabeth’s smile showed how delighted she was.
The final picture that James analyzed showed the couple surrounded by the pageboys and bridesmaid. She confessed that the fact that Meghan was down at Harry's feet looked slightly submissive.
However, Harry’s ‘naughty’ grin made him look like one of the pageboys and balanced that aspect. James finally said that the children ‘stole the scene’ in that photo, just as they did during the initial part of the ceremony.