Prince Harry's hand gesture shows 'true feelings' after King Charles visit, expert says
11.02.2024 - 14:33
Prince Harry's body language may be an indicator of positive news surrounding his father King Charles' cancer battle, according to an expert.
The Duke of Sussex made a quick visit to the UK from his home in California to pay a visit to the 75-year-old monarch, who has been diagnosed with cancer.
This was their first meeting since the Coronation nine months ago amid their already-strained relationship. Things have been tough between the father and son since Harry announced that him and his wife Meghan Markle would be stepping down from being working royals back in 2020.
The Mirror reports that Harry was seen looking relaxed and smiling at Heathrow Airport as he waited to head back home, which suggests a 'sense of reassurance' according to body language expert Judi James.
She said: "Harry's relieved-looking body language here will hopefully provide some positive clues about his father's current condition. His shoulders and body look relaxed and the way he thrusts his hands into his pockets as he walks suggests more of a casual 'mooch' than any sign of tension or anxiety."
"His eye expression looks animated, with an eye smile, and he appears to be enjoying a joke or sharing laughter with the people accompanying him. The suggestion here is that he is hopefully leaving the UK with some sense of reassurance, having seen his father for their brief meeting."
Harry rushed back to the UK after learning of King Charles' cancer diagnosis. It's believed that the monarch called his son personally to tell him the news.
But although he spent time with his father, Harry did not make plans to see his brother Prince William during his brief UK visit.
People close to Harry said he would've liked to see William "if the opportunity were to
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