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King Charles' 'moment of tension' at Accession ceremony spotted by body language expert

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Charles was officially declared King in an accession council ceremony today (September 10), marking a new era in British history.The newly-appointed monarch vowed to follow the Queen's "inspiring example" in the ceremony, which saw him take over the throne from his late mother who tragically passed away on Thursday (September 8).But one body language expert spotted a "moment of tension", suggesting that not everything was as smooth sailing as it might have been.READ MORE: King Charles 'kind' message to Meghan and Harry showed 'they are not the future' Adrianne Carter, of The Face Whisperer, noted the new King seemed to show "frustration" when he attempted to push away a pen on the desk in front of him. "It was a moment showing the King's tension on the solemn occasion," Adrianne said."The first brushing away didn’t get him what he wanted so he repeated the gesture in a more frustrated manner each time until the desk was cleared."When we are tense or feel the weight of an occasion, frustration behaviours can leak through, as they did on this occasion."The King has understandably shown a spectrum of emotion over the last three days.Charles seemed understandably emotional as he and Queen Camilla took to the streets outside Buckingham Palace for their first walkabout as sovereigns.And at his inaugural address to the nation yesterday, Charles seemed "uncomfortable" discussing his distant son Harry and his wife Meghan, according to Carter.The new Head of State said: "I want also to express my love for Harry and Meghan as they continue to build their lives overseas."You can leave your tributes to Queen Elizabeth II here.Carter added: "[It was] slightly uncomfortable for him, as shown by the slightly longer blink."But, she.

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