Body language expert says Prince Harry is confident ‘flying solo’ without Meghan – fr

Body language expert says Prince Harry is confident ‘flying solo’ without Meghan – fr

Prince Harry is a ‘determined-looking man’ in his new interview with Oprah Winfrey and is confident he will speak without Meghan Markle by his side, a body language expert has said.

In a short trailer for his new five-part documentary on Apple TV, The Me You Can’t See, the Duke of Sussex tries to break the stigma of mental illness.

He says opening up to others and asking for help is a “sign of strength” and warns of how the impact of the past year on people’s mental health “will be felt for decades.”

Analyzing her behavior throughout the clip, body language expert Judi James said she noticed a “rise in her power signals.”

She told the Mirror: “Harry’s body language fluctuates during this very emotional and boisterous trailer with its shattering music, voice screams and tragic tears.

“At times we see him adopt a semi-professional pose like a therapist or counselor offering experience, help and advice, but at others he clearly evokes his own tragedy.

Prince Harry is authoritative while discussing his own tragedy during the interview, a body expert said (Photo: Apple)
The trailer shows a clip of Prince Harry at the funeral of his mother Diana, 12 (Photo: Reuters)

“After the rap, the ‘Harry comedy’ from the James Corden show and the angry, bean-brimming Harry from Oprah’s first interview, we are now shown a glimpse of a calmer, more determined man,” comfortable and confident to fly solo with only a brief glimpse of Meghan and with an elevation in her power signals.

The trailer also shows a short archive clip of Harry at his mother Diana’s funeral when he was just 12 years old.

In previous years, the Duke has suggested he didn’t think he should have been asked to play such a public role at the ceremony.

Speaking to Newsweek in 2017 as the 20th anniversary of his mother’s death approached, he said: “My mother had just died and I had to walk for a long time behind her coffin, surrounded by thousands of people watching me. , while millions of others did. television.

Prince Harry talks to Oprah in the Me You Can't See trailer

Harry tells Oprah that asking for help with mental health issues is a sign of strength (Photo: Apple TV)
Prince Harry talks to Oprah in the Me You Can't See trailer

Harry and Meghan are only shown together very briefly during the trailer (Photo: Apple TV)

“I don’t think you should ask a child to do this under any circumstance. I don’t think that would happen today.

Prince Harry has spoken a lot this year about his struggle growing up in the public eye and as a member of the royal family.

In an Armchair Expert podcast interview with Dax Shepard, he said his life growing up was like “being in a zoo”.

He said, “There is no blame. I don’t think we should be pointing fingers or blaming anyone, but definitely with regards to parenthood, if I have felt any form of pain or suffering because of the pain or suffering that my dad has or my parents may have suffered, I’m going to make sure to break this cycle so as not to pass it on, fundamentally.

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“It’s a lot of genetic pain and suffering passing on anyway, so we parents should do our best to try and say ‘you know what, this happened to me, I’m going to make sure that happen to you ”. ‘

The royal family were said to have been shocked by the Duke’s suggestion that they had let him down so badly.

A palace source told The Telegraph: “For a couple who have worked hard to expose their principles of compassion, he seems woefully lacking when it comes to his own family.

“It’s not just the Prince of Wales, but the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh as well. He was greeted with utter amazement.

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