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Prince Harry’s narrowed gaze showed pride as he watched Meghan Markle become the ‘main star’ on Global Citizen Live on Saturday, a body language expert said.
The Duke, 37, and Duchess of Sussex, 40, appeared on stage at ‘Wokestock’ in Central Park, New York, with loud cries of joy and called on everyone to work together to end the COVID-19 pandemic.
And according to Judi James, the royal couple’s body language “has returned to their more familiar PDAS” rather than their corporate appearances that we’ve seen in New York in recent days.
Speaking of the Duke of Sussex’s appearance at the event, Judi exclusively told FEMAIL: “In terms of performance, it was Harry who seemed to recognize his wife as the main star, looking at her with slightly eyed eyes. pleated to show his pride but also performing anxiety rituals like clothing and fiddling with fingers as he watched his more powerful speech.
Prince Harry’s narrowed gaze showed pride as he watched Meghan Markle become the ‘main star’ on Global Citizen Live on Saturday, body language expert Judi James said
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Prince Harry pushing his fingers into Meghan Markle’s shoulder, Judi says, suggests ‘pressure of affection’
Meghan Markle – who donned a white dress – eventually lost her coat as she and Prince Harry appeared on stage in Central Park.
The crowd calmed down when Prince Harry took the microphone first and asked, “Are you ready to do what is necessary to end this pandemic?” “
The cheers started to recede again and grew louder when Meghan – who Judi said sounded and sounded more ‘eloquent and passionate’ about her message – took the microphone.
And according to the body language expert, Prince Harry acted like “a bit of a rock star” during his appearance.
Harry and Meghan gave a joint and coordinated speech where they alternated every two sentences
Prince Harry and Meghan on stage at Global Citizen Live in Central Park in New York on Saturday
“Meghan finally stepped out of those heavy coats and the couple started their speeches in rather individual styles,” she explained. “Prince Harry was trying to rock the crowd with masculine warm-up gestures, like cupping his ears to pretend he couldn’t hear their chords and screaming” New York Citaaaaay… “like a bit of a rock star. ”
Judi went on to say that the duo’s more romantic body language seemed to be encouraged by audience approval.
“After their more corporate appearances so far in New York, this body language on stage has seen Meghan and Harry revert to their more familiar PDAs and signals of affection,” she explained. “Although these romantic rituals were motivated more by the demanding crowd than by the couple themselves. ”
She continued: ‘But once Harry used the’ My wife and I ‘line and took the first loving glance in Meghan’s direction, it was clear from the cheers and cries of approval from the crowd. that they wanted more of the romantic back of the couple-story. ‘
According to Judi, Prince Harry acted like “a bit of a rock star” during his appearance. Pictured speaking on stage at Global Citizen Live in New York City
Judi went on to note how Prince Harry placed an arm around Meghan at this point and she “responded by tilting her head on her shoulder”.
“Harry’s smile here with his lips closed is an acknowledgment to the crowd of this romantic story and we can see his fingers dig into his shoulder in a pinch of affection,” she explained.
“Having been in more corporate mode for this visit, Meghan’s raised hands and rather stiff fingers suggest that crowd approval for this side of their image may have caught her off guard. “
“Meghan stood confidently as the crowd cheered, and their hands formed the signature clasp with fingers intertwined to show a sign of closeness. “
Jennifer Lopez, Billie Eilish and Coldplay put on stunning performances as part of the Global Citizen Live festival.
Across the Ocean, Doja Cat delivered a flashy performance near the Eiffel Tower in Paris, while pop star Kylie Minogue sang her greatest hits for a crowd of adoring fans in London, England. .
They have joined a breathtaking roster of artists from six continents across the globe, with major performances also in Los Angeles, Paris, Rio de Janeiro, Seoul, Sydney and Lagos.