Britney Spears and Sam Asghari’s body language, expert says – .

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Britney Spears and Sam Asghari’s body language, expert says – .


Thinking back to her rise to stardom some 20 years later, it became clear that Britney Spears’ life was far more disturbing than people realized. The #FreeBritney movement earlier this year revealed that from her early teens until now at 39, the pop star has had about as much agency as a child. An involuntary psychiatric detention in 2008 allowed his father to intervene as a curator and, until last week, he remained in control of his finances, his career and his personal life.
Britney testified in June about the restrictions the guardianship placed on her body and her romantic relationship. “I was told right now in the guardianship, I can’t get married or have a baby, I have an (IUD) inside of me right now so I don’t get pregnant”, Women’s health Previously reported.

But it looks like, maybe, the tide is starting to turn because Britney’s partner Sam Asghari proposed to her on September 12. The couple met on the set of Britney’s music video for “Slumber Party” in 2016 and started dating soon after. after.

They began sharing glimpses of their relationship on social media with workout posts and selfies taken at Britney’s house. On Instagram, Britney wrote about how Sam “has been with me both the toughest and best years of my life.” With so much of her life settled, it looks like Britney’s dream of getting married is finally coming true. At least, it appears that way on social networks. Certainly, body language expert Karen Donaldson has analyzed the couple’s gestures and explained what it means for their relationship.

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Sam is one of Britney’s safe spaces.

Britney’s arms crossed are a defensive move, Donaldson says. Even though she is smiling, she is actually embarrassed or uncomfortable and turns to Sam for comfort and reassurance. “We see it in the way she hides her face in Sam’s neck, and he delivers. His hand is around her and he proudly covers (a real smile) her head with his, it’s a protective gesture. ”

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And he is proud of it.

“Sam has his hand on Britney’s lap, which is again a gesture of protection,” says Donaldson.

In some cases, laying a hand on someone can be a possessive gesture, but here’s what makes them rather protective: Sam reaches out in front of Britney rather than putting his arm around her.

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Britney is comfortable with Sam.

With all the stress in Britney’s life, Donaldson’s analysis proves Sam isn’t one of them.

Here she leans over Sam and puts a hand on his shoulder. At first glance, it may seem like she’s just leaning into the frame for the photo, but it’s more than that, Donaldson says.

Britney’s intimate sharing space, an indicator of confidence, and her fingers are totally relaxed. This lack of tension in his hand is a testament to how Sam makes him feel.

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They are on the same wavelength.

A tilt of the head says it all. In this case, it means trust and mutual respect. The less space there is between two people, says Donaldson, the more intimate their relationship.

By bridging the gap between their bodies, she knows that Britney and Sam care deeply for each other. This body language indicates that two people are in a similar headspace. They look alike and have the same goals.

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They form a united front.

“This image appears to be configured for the camera. Britney and Sam’s outer arms sit in unnatural positions, which makes her look unnatural, ”says Donaldosn, but that doesn’t mean there is nothing to learn here.

Britney and Sam both have their bodies tilted towards each other, which means they really want to be together right now. Of course, the photo is posed, but they want it to be. They wanted to commemorate that moment and capture it with a photo they will always have.


Associate editor
Aryelle Siclait is Associate Editor-in-Chief of Women’s Health where she writes and edits articles on relationships, sexual health, pop culture and fashion for verticals on WomensHealthMag.com and the print magazine.

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