Donald ‘feeling the pressure’ during welcome by President of South ...

Melania , 47, and Donald , 71, landed in Osan, outside of Seoul, earlier today and the pair seemed in good spirits as they shared a kiss after disembarking the plane. 

They were then welcomed by South Korean President Moon Jae-in. 

South Korea is another key ally in the struggle with nuclear-armed North Korea, but one with deep reservations about the US President’s strategy for dealing with the crisis. 

With a lot riding on the US President’s shoulders, how did the pair really feel about stop number two of the Asia tour? Author and body language expert Judi James decoded their movements for Express.co.uk. 

Judi said: “I think it’s true to say ’s body language suggests he is feeling the pressure of this current trip, especially his arrival and performance of the rituals in South Korea where he arrived clutching both stair rails of his plane in a way that suggested anxiety.” 

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When she walks behind her husband he performs two small rituals of discomfort or anxiety - first he pulls his jacket together over his torso in a gesture that implies a desire for a protective barrier and then he looks back to eye-check his wife for what

As well as wearing a regal purple shade, it appears Melania adopts a “quasi-regal” bearing. 

Judi explained: “When she walks behind her husband he performs two small rituals of discomfort or anxiety - first he pulls his jacket together over his torso in a gesture that implies a desire for a protective barrier and then he looks back to eye-check his wife for what could be

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