Prince Harry, Meghan Markle’s latest portrait examined by body language expert: What was found

CARDIFF, WALES - JANUARY 18: Prince Harry whispers to Meghan Markle as they watch a dance performance by Jukebox Collective in the banqueting hall during a visit to Cardiff Castle on January 18, 2018 in Cardiff, Wales. (Photo by Ben Birchall - WPA Pool / Getty Images)

A body language expert has much to say about the latest One Young World Summit photo of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

In two recent photos, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex appear to be “pure power and status.”

One photograph shows the couple holding hands and looking directly into the camera, while another, a black-and-white side view, shows the couple gazing straight ahead while holding hands.

Judi James says Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have a close relationship.

Previously released photos show the couple lying on the ground among tall trees in flowing skirts and bare feet.

Judi now believes the couple appears to be a power couple in the new photos.

A very upright person Meghan was closest to the camera, and Harry was holding her index finger and smiling like a proud and adoring fan, she explained.

She stated that, unlike the royals, they did not look into the cameras as they stood side by side.

Judi stated:

“For Meghan and Harry, it’s more for us to appreciate a couple whose gaze appears fixated on a far horizon, with a grin that seems like optimism and tranquility from Meghan and a somewhat more grumpy face from Harry.”

She also mentioned the couple’s photos for a business magazine, revealing how they saw their future as a couple worldwide.

Judi James shared her thoughts after the first official image of King Charles III, his wife, Queen Consort Camilla, and the new Prince and Princess of Wales, Prince William and Kate Middleton, was released.

According to body language experts, the couple’s relaxed poses suggested affection and acceptance.

According to palace insiders, the photo was taken to commemorate a “historic event” for the family.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were not present because they were in the UK when the photo was taken.

The exclusion of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex from the family also raised the question of whether they would feel even more alienated if they saw the British royal family’s most recent photo taken at their Montecito mansion.

The significance of King Charles III’s family portrait may also reflect his desire for a smaller and more manageable monarchy.