England's royal family mourns the loss of their head Queen Elizabeth († 96), and the eyes of the world are on her. And while most royals are usually good at hiding their feelings from the world , it always strikes that above all Prinz Harry (38) and Duchess Meghan (41) also seek physical closeness. Even with their first together Appearance with Prince William (40) and Princess Kate (40) It was noticeable that they held hands and they also showed their solidarity at the Queen's coffin. Body language expert Jess Ponce III describes in the video why the two keep using this gesture.
It's a particularly difficult situation for Harry and Meghan. After announcing their retirement from the British royal family in early 2020 , to put it mildly, the house blessing hung lopsided. Especially after the interview with Oprah Winfrey, in which the couple divulged some shocking details , reigned between the brothers William and Harry Ice Age.
And also when the Queen was laid out in Westminster Hall it became clear: The relationship within the family is still complicated. Especially for Meghan, such appearances are unknown territory, as RTL Royal expert Michael Begasse knows: 'It's still running the gauntlet for them. The traditional procedure is still a sealed book for Meghan. She knows: I can make more mistakes than right here.”
Harry and Meghan noticed earlier that they made no secret of their love in public. Whether at the Invictus Games , or a baseball game . This is mainly possible, also because they are no longer in the public eye as active members of the royal family. For the active members of the royal family, it is important to maintain professionalism and, above all, not to show emotions in public.
Harry and Meghan also publicly give each other strength and support. A force that they can certainly use particularly well right now. (what)