PUBLISHED: 19:40, Sun, Jan 3, 2021 | UPDATED: 19:40, Sun, Jan 3, 2021
In welcoming 2021, Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle have released a letter to readers on their website Archewell. They describe their hopes for the upcoming year, citing the importance of being "together" and "putting compassion in action".
They both then sign off their letter with their signatures.
Forensic Handwriting Examiner Sheila Lowe spoke with Express.co.uk and revealed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's signatures actually say quite a lot about their "public image".
"A signature on its own isn’t much to go on and reflects one’s public image, rather than the additional information provided by more writing," she told Express.co.uk.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
"In this case, it’s interesting (and makes perfect sense) that these two signatures fall into what handwriting analysts call 'thready forms.'
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry penned an open letter for 2021 (Image: Getty Images)
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's signatures (Image: Archewell)
"That is, in both cases, the second part of the signature looks a bit like a ball of thread or wool that’s been rolled on the carpet—there is no form to it, it’s indefinite.
"The first part, the capital letters, are tall, and in Meghan’s case elaborate.
"Harry’s show a sense of simple pride and Meghan’s ability to shine in the spotlight.
"But, in this