Meghan Markle has a way of controlling Harry in public by using a silent command to stop him from talking when she becomes impatient and wants to move on, a body language expert says
Meghan Markle “controls” Harry’s behaviour in public with her body language and uses a hand gesture to stop the prince from talking, claimed an expert.
Harry understands Meghan’s body language and follows it while the opposite doesn’t happen said Jesus Enrique Rosas, who has his YouTube channel Body Language Guy.
Meghan controls Harry with her body language, it is claimed by an expert ( Image: Getty Images for the Invictus Games Foundation)
He has been following the Sussexes at public events and picked up habits that have repeated themselves, especially where Meghan starts to act impatient when she wants to move on.
Jesús said, reports the Express : “Meghan and Harry were attending the Wellchild Awards back in 2019, and they were talking to some of the families attending.
“And I think this was the last family they were talking to because they were sitting along a wall, and this was at the far corner, and in fact, it was the end of the video.
Meghan's body movements give away her feelings it is claimed ( Image: Getty Images)
“But Harry was still talking to them, in a quite engaging way, and then Meghan just stands up and literally, and silently commands Harry to stop and stand up just using her body language.
“And this is not the only time she’s been caught in camera interrupting Harry out cold.”
He continued: “There’s the [Commonwealth Day 2019] video where she does exactly the same, or the red dress video [their visit to the Annual Salute to Freedom Gala in New York City, November 10, 2021] where she uses that hand cue to get Harry going and of course, the direct ‘shut your mouth’ in Oprah’s interview.
“So, Meghan controlling Harry’s behaviour, in the most public way possible, is nothing new but this time [at the Wellchild Awards] is interesting because there were previous clues that foreshadowed this.
Jesus Enrique Rosas said he has been following the Sussexes in public engagements ( Image: Getty Images)
“Such as when the nice lady hands them two bracelets. Can you spot the reaction in Meghan’s face? Yes, there’s her classic jaw clenching.
“And I don’t think there was any valid reason for her to express that emotional display at that moment.”
Mr Rosas said that before receiving the bracelet it was possible to see that Meghan had become impatient as "her hands were restless, as she was pinching the flesh right beside her nails."
He continued: “It doesn’t help at this moment, her smile was not the most genuine…her cheeks lack that pressure into her eyes.
“Of course, you can't have a full smile all the time, but I’ve mentioned a couple of times that when our faces are telling the truth, they work like a perfect, balanced system.”
He added: “Sadly, the execution is all over the place and it just raises suspicions.
“When Meghan is going to fix her hair, her hand gesture almost blocks her face completely from view.
"It’s literally in the middle of eye contact in this case, so it’s another very subtle signal that she was not comfortable and most probably wanted to be anywhere else.
“And another common signal that the person doesn’t want to be there is a long blink - Meghan does one of those really long blinks right before standing up.
“Long blinks are really easy to spot and they tell you that either you’re becoming boring to the person [blinking], or they are not paying much attention to you, or they want to be anywhere else.”
Jesus says that Meghan regularly uses a "tap" with her hand when she wants to go.
“So Meghan does that signal that she applies so many times to end conversations - that is touching people," he said.
“Whether it’s the [Commonwealth Day 2019] video, or the red dress [Annual Salute to Freedom Gala] video, or the Oprah video where she wanted Harry to stop talking she used that touch, that is more like a tap.
“And she does that on the lady - she taps her arm then goes to grab her purse,” he remarked. “And touching the lady and grabbing her purse means, let’s go.
“That’s why Harry immediately breaks that engagement, that conversation dynamic by leaning back.
“Now, he actually puts his hands on the armrest and moves his body that implies he is about to stand up, and Meghan does exactly the same, at the same time."
Source: The Daily Mirror