Prince Harry, 34, stepped out with Kate Middleton, 37, to pay honour the Antipodean soldiers who gave their lives in WWI on Anzac Day today. The duo looked relaxed, laughing and joking with each other as they entered church. This is in stark contrast to Prince Harry’s previous appearance on Sunday for Easter church service, where he looked to avoid contact with his brother, Prince William. Body language expert Judi James has revealed exclusively to Express.co.uk what Harry has shown in his two most recent public appearances, and who the longtime rumoured ‘royal feud’ is really between.
The contrast between the body language signals is so acute it almost looks like a direct message
Judi James, Body Language Expert
She said: “The contrast between the body language signals is so acute it almost looks like a direct message: while Harry appeared to dart about avoiding communicating with his brother at Easter he also managed to look relaxed, amused and very much the old playful Harry with his sister-in-law Kate at the Anzac Day service.
“His entire appearance seemed to change with William about.
“Arriving at the Easter service ahead rather than with the couple he had previously been such tight friends with he stood apart in the line-up with his shoulders drooped and his arms hanging awkwardly at his sides, looking slightly anxious and unhappy.
“His brows were knitted and his facial expression looked glum, apart from one moment when he leaned across Zara and Mike to chat with Kate and at that point we saw the old spark he used to have with both William and Kate return, making Kate laugh with the jaw-jut and flattened bridge of the nose that suggests