Prince Harry hinted at Royal Family feud six years ago in engagement interview

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    Prince Harry may have hinted at a feud in the Royal Family as early as six years ago during his very first engagement interview.

    According to body language expert Judi James, Harry, 38, appeared to have provided similar signals of the "problems" with his father, King Charles and his brother, Prince William rather than his wife Meghan.

    Judi compared King Charles' excruciating ‘Whatever in love means’ moment with his son’s engagement interview in 2017.

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    She told Express: "The first sightings of any trouble between Harry and William was always said to be during their ill-fated ‘Fab Four’ interview where Harry was asked about any disagreements and paused as William gave a very emphatic ‘Yes’.

    "But during Harry and Meghan’s engagement interview, it is possible to see some almost identical body language from Harry and Meghan when Harry is asked what it was like telling his father and brother about his engagement."

    Prince Harry and Meghan were seen giving "instant, enthusiastic and warm" signals when the beloved late Queen Elizabeth II was mentioned.

    However, she noted a significant difference when Charles and William's names were brought up in the conversation.

    She added: "There was a long, telling and unnecessary pause with some complex non-verbal cues that suggest all was not well behind the scenes."

    "Until that point, Meghan had been fielding many of the questions with confidence but here she turns to Harry to inspect his face as though waiting for his lead, much as she did during the Fab Four interview."

    Judi further talked about how Harry's performed "fast blinks" and tried to "conceal" his expressions while talking about his father and brother.

    She said: "Harry performs some fast blinks to suggest a burst of adrenaline and then he looks down in a cut-off gesture to conceal his eye expression and therefore – possibly – his true feelings.

    "He then looks to his side as though recalling the moment and his lips clamp rather than move in speech.

    "The ‘Ah…’ from Harry sounds telling, as though he is debating whether to tell all or not. He performs an asymmetric smile that suggests he could say more."

    The body language expert also mentioned Meghan's body language was telling the same story through her nervous "giggle".

    In addition, Prince Harry's delayed response during the interview made the awkwardness even more obvious.

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    She explained: "Harry suddenly seems to latch onto Kate as a life-raft subject for an easier response. ‘Catherine’s been amazing’ is said with some genuine enthusiasm and Meghan nods ‘she’s wonderful’.

    "But Harry was asked about his father. He uses a thumb-jerk gesture here, referring to ‘teas’ with a mouth grimace before switching again to his ‘grandparents’ with a much less complicated smile of love and approval."


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