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A body language expert claimed that Prince Harry was ‘desperate to avoid’ his brother William at the Easter church service on Sunday.
The Duke of Sussex walked ahead of his brother William into the service at St George’s Chapel in Windsor and fueled the speculations of their alleged feud.
Body language expert Judi James told MailOnline: ‘’Watching them at the Easter service was almost like watching strangers.’’
‘’With Meghan about to give birth soon, Harry was by himself but there were no signs of him joining up with William and Kate on arrival or leaving the church. If anything Harry appeared to avoid his brother.’’
Pregnant Meghan was not present at the event and neither was the Duke of Edinburgh who has retired from royal duties.
Judi said Harry appeared keen to ‘avoid’ the Duke of Cambridge.
‘’Walking ahead of William he was first to greet their hosts but when William caught up beside them Harry turned and walked away,’’ she said.
‘’He then seemed to dart from a second host and back to the wall, where he appeared to stand with his head down, looking away.’’
‘’His trait of face-touching looked like a partial cut-off gesture that can signal a desire to hide. He clearly has the new baby on his mind and it would be natural for his anxiety levels to increase at a time like this but the lack of contact with William in the public poses come at a time when you might expect the exact opposite.’’
She added: ‘’Watching them together would always make royal fans smile, but it is the current apparent lack of tie-signs and even subtler cues between the two that will sadly only add to rumors of a rift’’.
The Queen celebrated her 93rd birthday on the same day as service.
Princess Royal, her husband Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence, Zara and Mike Tindall, Princess Beatrice, the Earl of Wessex, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and the Duke of Sussex were among the attendees of service.
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