Princess Anne's 'tough' body language shows her relationship with 'hesitant' ...

PRINCESS ANNE, 70, is the younger sister of Prince Charles, 71. The two royals are the closest of all the Queen's children in age. What is their relationship like?

PUBLISHED: 10:27, Wed, Oct 28, 2020 | UPDATED: 10:34, Wed, Oct 28, 2020

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Princess Anne and Prince Charles are the children of Queen Elizabeth II, 94. Speaking to Express.co.uk, a body language expert explained the key difference between the royals.

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The Queen is a mother of four with Princess Anne and Prince Charles being the most similar in age.

Prince Charles is the Queen's eldest son and first in line to the British throne.

He has worked as a senior royal for most of his life as he prepares for his future role.

Princess Anne is also a working member of the Royal Family.

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Princess Anne: Prince Charles body languagePrincess Anne: She is the younger sister of Prince Charles (Image: GETTY)

Princess Anne: Prince Charles body languagePrincess Anne: She is a senior working royal (Image: GETTY)

The royal threw herself into her working role shortly after leaving school.

While performing her royal duties, body language expert Judi James claimed she had a "tough" demeanour.

She said: "Anne's facial expressions often oozed the notion that she would never suffer fools or even weaklings gladly.

“She looked (and still does) like the kind of tough countrywoman who was a stranger to self-pity or emotional displays.

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