Prince Charles, 72, led the Royal Family in marking Holocaust Memorial Day on Wednesday. The heir apparent acknowledged the poignant milestone in a moving message shared by Clarence House on Twitter. The Clarence House tweet quoted Prince Charles to say: “'This is our time when we can, each in our own way, be the light that ensures the darkness can never return.'"
The account added: "On #HolocaustMemorialDay, we remember all those who died during the Holocaust and other genocides."
Body language expert and author Judi James analysed the clip for Express.co.uk and shared her findings.
According to the analyst, the future king showed his "dominant" side as he delivered the speech.
Judi told Express.co.uk: "This brief but impactful message is probably Charles at his regal best, speaking congruently but dramatically, placing the appropriate facial expressions and body movements to his words to create the sense of a man who is genuinely moved by the subject he is discussing."Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
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Prince Charles body language 'shows up Queen' as he 'dominates' in new video message (Image: GETTY/Twitter)
Prince Charles body language: The future king marked Holocaust Memorial Day with a moving video message (Image: Twitter)
Judi claimed Charles's strong rhetoric and confident body language showed him dominate in a way his mother Queen Elizabeth II, 94, does not.
Judi said: "In performance terms this is a unique royal space that Charles really can dominate, communicating personally in a way that his mother doesn’t and regally in a way that his sons, so far, can’t.
"There is no attempt to be casual and chatty here or to use any status-lowering techniques."
According to Judi, Charles appears to have embraced his role as Britain's "king-in-waiting."
Prince Charles is patron of The Holocaust Memorial Day Trust (Image: Getty)
She said: "In his smart suit and pocket hankie Charles looks every inch the king-in-waiting and even his framing,