mourning the loss of Queen Elizabeth II who died on Thursday at the age of 96.Body language expert Tonya Reiman exclusively told Fox News Digital there was a “gigantic difference” between the couples, which began in the way “they approached one another” and carried on throughout the long walk as Harry lovingly held his wife’s hand while the newly-appointed Prince and Princess of Wales acted more like “royals” with distance between the pair.“People were going, ‘Oh My God, you see how much love there is between one couple [Harry and Meghan], but the other couple [William and Kate] are royals.’ They’re used to this stuff,” Reiman said.
The new “Fab Four” reunited after years apart, but weren’t without some criticism as Prince William went viral in a video where he was criticized for his lack of chivalry for his wife, while Harry rushed to be by Meghan’s side and open a car door as the group left the event together Saturday.Reiman noted that while Harry is obviously protective of Meghan, his penchant for crossing his arm over his jacket was due to never truly feeling comfortable in the spotlight despite nearly four decades with royal status. “He always does this, that’s a comfort level thing to cross his arms and when we cross our arms across our body, it’s to help us feel less vulnerable.
When I see this, I don’t see discomfort on Harry’s part, but I feel vulnerability,” Reiman said. “When you look at Kate, she is all royal.Read more on nypost.com