Prince Harry showed hes there to do job and not daydream about his lady

Prince Harry has shown he is "there to do a job" during a recent appearance at the Invictus Games, an expert has claimed.

The Duke of Sussex appeared to show off a real can-do attitude which impressed body language expert Inbaal Honigman, who deems the Royal Family alumni is not there to "daydream about his lady".

A "confident" spare to the throne was spotted at the opening ceremony as the Duke marked the beginning of this year's Invictus Games, hosted in Dusseldorf, Germany.

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Sights of the Duke on the stage even saw Harry feel "completely at home" according to Honigman, who believes he "spoke from the heart" when making a tongue-in-cheek jab at Meghan Markle.

Speaking to the Daily Star on behalf of Slingo, celebrity psychic and body language expert Honigman said: "Prince Harry's speech at the opening ceremony of the Invictus Games in Dusseldorf is a smooth and stylish display from its founder.

"Harry's body language during the speech is very confident – he paces up and down the stage in a powerful, strong manner, his feet stable and full on the ground, showing that he feels in charge.

"Making eye contact with his audience, speaking directly to them, he is not intimidated by the size and importance of the occasion."

Key observations were made on the timing of the applause too, with the Duke punctuating sentences with "his one free hand" which showed signs of "honesty and openness".

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Honigman added: "Towards the end of his speech, Prince Harry welcomes new nations to the Games, naming Colombia, Israel and Nigeria to great applause from the audience, made up of serving soldiers as well as veterans.

"He flashes a broad smile, showing how proud he is to see his Games expand, to three different continents no less.

"He happens to mention that his wife Meghan has recently discovered that she has Nigerian heritage, but his facial expression doesn't change upon mentioning his home life. This shows that he's there to do a job and focus on his speech, not to daydream about his lady."

It comes as the Duke pitted himself against Meghan Markle in a tongue-in-cheek jab during the Invictus Games speech.

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