Harry and Meghan made sure their latest project was as far away from recent drama as possible, says expert | The Sun

IF you’re a fan of the Royal Family, the chances are you’ve already seen The Sussexes’ latest public appearance following rumours that they’re taking time apart.

A body language expert has weighed in that they made sure the appearance was as far away from the recent drama as possible.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex looked cosy sitting side-by-side as they gushed over Archie and Lilibet in a video to support the Responsible Technology Youth Power Fund.

However, claims that Harry, 38, and Meghan, 41, were giving each other space surfaced earlier this week. 

Body language expert Judi James believes the video, where the couple call Youth Power Fund recipients to congratulate them, only offers subtle hints from the couple to prove the rumours aren’t true.

“If there are deliberate signals from Harry and Meghan in this clip in response to rumours of time apart or diverse career choices they are more ‘tossed salad’ than coherent and comprehensive,” she says.

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“Their close proximity signals togetherness.

"Their poses and status-swapping behaviours create the sense of them still pulling as a double act, working together as a team rather than apart on solo gigs.

“Their smiling is emphatic, as though happiness is on their projected tick-list. 

“Just glancing at stills from the clips and the wreathed smiles on display here would announce they are happy and upbeat.

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“And chatting to the young leaders they look engaged and excited, like proud parents.”

What’s more, Judi believes Meghan was keen not to upstage any of the young people they were calling. 

“Meghan’s choice of outfit neutrals is intriguing given her comments about having to tone down to a camel, white and beige wardrobe during her time as a working UK royal,” she says.

“They seem keen to focus attention on their cause rather than on any soap-opera potential here and their lack of cute tie-signs.

“And even Meghan’s choice of neutrals could be an attempt to avoid upstaging the young people they are calling.”

During their video appearance they donned beaming smiles while they spoke lovingly about their children, Archie, four, and Lilibet, two.

Harry said: "Thank you for doing everything that you do. Our kids especially are incredibly grateful."

"They don't know it yet, but they will!", Meghan added.

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The Archewell Foundation is on the Responsible Technology Youth Power Fund Advisory Committee.

They aim to "support youth and intergenerationally lead organisations to shape the responsible technology movement".

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