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King Charles and Harry had 'polar opposite' responses to Queen's death, expert says

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King Charles III and Prince Harry had 'polar opposite' responses to the Queen's death, a body language expert has said. Her Majesty sadly died at Balmoral at the age of 96 yesterday, Thursday September 8, with her family by her bedside.

Charles and Queen Consort Camilla have since left the royal estate and have made their way back to London ahead of the King's address the nation tonight at 6pm.

Prince Harry was also seen as he boarded a plane to make his way back to Windsor, reports The Mirror. Body language expert Judi James saying King Charles looked "isolated and silent in grief".

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