Meghan Markles controlling gesture with Harry spotted by body language expert

A body language expert claims to have spotted a “controlling” gesture employed by Meghan Markle to guide Prince Harry when the couple are on public engagements.

Meghan and Harry officially stood down from royal engagements when they left the Royal Family last year. But they have since appeared in public on visits to New York, most recently attending a ceremony for military veterans.

Now, body language expert Jesus Enrique Rosas claims to have unearthed evidence of the Duchess of Sussex employing “controlling” gestures on her husband.

In the video entitled "Meghan’s controlling gesture exposed in rare video", Jesus analysed a clip taken from the 2019 Commonwealth Day Ceremony.

He pointed out a moment where Meghan interrupts a conversation between Harry and a guest, diverting the prince away.

“She is looking directly at Harry, and that is relevant, because usually, when you are going to interrupt someone that is talking, you should excuse yourself,” he began, speaking on his YouTube channel.

“You say a simple ‘excuse me’, and establish eye contact with the other people.

“Meghan reaches out with her hand, touches him in the middle of his back and says a few words.

“Harry turns around in mid-sentence, establishes eye contact with her, and immediately stares into the void.”

In the clip, Harry can then be seen to pull a grimace, and makes to leave, smiling apologetically at the guest.

“You might say that this is just a silly face from Harry, trying to excuse himself from having to leave,” Jesus acknowledged.

However, the body language analyst suggested that Harry had other options, for instance to continue the conversation for a few more seconds, before abruptly leaving.

He continued: “There’s a very good chance that Meghan interrupted Harry because she just wanted to go. It’s perfectly understandable, she being pregnant and having to attend the service for such a long time. It would not have been comfortable for her at all."

But, the body language expert suggested that a similar incident had occurred during the couple’s recent appearance at the Salute to Freedom Gala in the US.

He added: “And when a behaviour pattern repeats over time, you realise that it’s part of the person’s behaviour.”

This comes as the Duke of Sussex defended his wife while speaking at a RE:WIRED virtual summit.

At the event, Harry slammed the term ‘Megxit’ as being misogynistic after an independent study found Meghan had been the subject of a Twitter hate campaign.

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