These pictures of prince Judi James reveals what really meané harry and meghan markle
the Duke and Duchess of Sussex look happier than ever as they continue to enjoy wedded bliss, five months on from their May nuptials. But with a constant string of royal duties, and with the couple even visiting Sussex, their namesake county, last week, we ask Judi James to reveal how Meghan is really coping as a new royal…
Harry’s arm barrier as he clutches his jacket suggests nervousness, but his arm behind his wife’s back says he’s proudly presenting her to the public. Showing strong signs of confidence, Meghan walks with her arms at her sides, with a huge smile on her face.
When Meghan first started royal walkabouts she could look a little tentative, but her wide smile, raised brows and easy style suggests she knows everyone is here to see her, as much as her husband.
As Harry leans in to play games with the kids in the crowd, Meghan stands elegantly upright, smiling to register approval, but also placing her hand on her husband’s back. This gesture is a non-verbal tie-sign to connect and communicate with Harry, but it is also a quasimaternal gesture of reassurance and control.
The couple show signs of spontaneous enjoyment here, rushing in a way that royals often don’t. The handclasp looks natural, with Harry’s hand protectively on top. Meghan is happy in this natural-looking pose, but Harry’s eye-dart and tongue-poke to the camera suggests that he’s feeling slightly on edge.
Judy’s verdict: fully fledged princess!
Not only does Meghan seem to be adjusting well to royal life, in many ways her body language here makes her look just a teeny bit more royal than husband Harry – while her cool elegance and steering gestures suggest she is primarily in charge in the relationship. While Harry looks quite tentative at times, sporting what looks like a rather forced smile to the cameras, Meghan looks supremely confident and genuinely happy to realise she’s every bit as important to the adoring, massed crowds as her very popular husband.