Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton and Prince William will be able to maintain their strong relationship for years to come, says body language expert Judy James, writes The Sun.
According to the specialist, since they fell in love many years ago, the 38-year-old Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been working on a relationship. She added that William was most likely captivated by Kate's mischievous sense of humor. The couple share a love for sports and nature and are not afraid of a little friendly competition with each other.
Judy believes that over the years of their relationship, the couple has created good comedic double roles, and posing for playful pictures at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow is proof of this. “The family has always used a body language that presupposes harmony and like-mindedness at any moment,” the psychologist emphasized.
According to Judy, William and Kate seem to have made a deal to avoid any awkward situations. However, at the beginning of their relationship, there were sometimes "signals of spontaneous intimacy" that were "not so much about Hollywood passion, but about the value of playful attraction."
The royals understand each other's humor and are not afraid to laugh in public.
They walked out in matching hats during a visit to Pakistan in 2019, which could speak of "double, mirror body language and general humor."
James also sees signs of "intimacy, solitude, and sexual attraction." “The way she looks into his mouth when the Duchess speaks to him suggests a strong, flattering attraction,” she summed up.
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