Body language expert analyzes how Meghan Markle ‘pushed Prince Harry away and walked away’ after televised kiss
Over the years, fans have seen Meghan Markle and Prince Harry being very affectionate with each other, including holding hands and even a few kisses here and there. But after their televised kiss at the Invictus Games, a body language expert sees things in a different light.
Here’s what this expert had to say about the Duchess of Sussex ‘pushing her husband away and walking away’ after their recent lip lock.
Meghan introduced Prince Harry at the opening ceremony and the couple shared a kiss on stage
On April 16, 2022, the Invictus Games kicked off in The Hauge, Netherlands. A number of countries broadcast the events as well as the opening and closing ceremonies on television. During the opening ceremonies, Meghan introduced her husband.
“I couldn’t love and respect him more and I know you all feel the same because he is your fellow veteran, having served two tours in Afghanistan and 10 years of military service,” she said. told the audience of military men and women. “He is the founder of the Invictus Games and the father of our two little ones, Archie and Lili. Please welcome my amazing husband, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex.
When Harry arrived on stage, he briefly kissed his wife and many reacted on social media calling it a sweet moment. But not everyone agreed.
Body language expert explains why Meghan ‘pushes it away and walks away’
Body language expert Louise Mahler spoke to Australian program Sunrise after analyzing the kiss on stage and Meghan’s behavior immediately afterwards. She pointed out that the Duchess is “pushing [Harry] goes and goes” after their kiss.
“The kiss…she has all the rhetoric but none of the body language of someone who is actually affectionate,” Mahler said (per Express). “When he approached, it looked like you were leaning forward and putting your hands in a hug. Instead, she put her hands flat on her chest and straightened up.
The expert added: “He then kissed her but she pushes him away and leaves.”
Expert says Meghan has ‘alley cat affection’ but is ‘so confident as a performer’
Mahler concluded his remarks by saying that Meghan “has all the affection of an alley cat – not a lot.”
However, she admitted that the former Suit star is really a natural saying and very comfortable on stage: “I don’t know what she was doing there at the Invictus Games but when she’s on stage she’s so confident as a performer.”
Meghan was there to support Harry in his role as private patron of the Invictus Games, which sees hundreds of wounded, injured and ill service members from 20 countries compete in a week of adaptive sports.
A film crew is said to have joined the Sussexes at the Games as they film their first documentary for Netflix.
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