They recently celebrated their 10th wedding anniversary and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge now look more bonded than ever, a body language expert has claimed.
The royal couple attended the Wimbledon women’s singles final together on Saturday afternoon, where they were pictured looking relaxed as they chatted and laughed in the royal box.
And body language expert Judi James says their gestures at the weekend showed the strength of their bond and “raises it to a whole new level”.
In one picture, William and Kate can be seen sharing a joke, with Kate tipping her head back in fits of giggles.
Judi told Fabulous : “The shared joke is obvious here but it’s Kate’s ‘overkill’ response that suggests she is using the laughter to perform some industrial-strength flirt signals.
“Kate’s response to William’s joke is to throw her head right back to laugh. This exaggerated response of what looks like out of control laughter is a hugely flattering gesture to the person telling the joke.”
Meanwhile in another picture, William can be seen applauding the players on court, while clearly looking at his wife.
And Judi added: “His hands might be clapping the players but his eye-attention is fixed firmly on his wife here with his head turned fully in her direction and the angle of his shoulders signalling a desire for proximity.”
The couple’s appearance together at Wimbledon came a day before they attended the Euro 2020 final between England and Italy at Wembley with Prince George.
There, royal fans spotted a sweet moment between Prince George and his mum, the Duchess of Cambridge, during the tense match- and they could not have been more thrilled.
After England scored their goal inside just two minutes, the youngster was caught on camera giving his mother and his dad Prince William a big hug in a rarely seen display of affection – delighting royal watchers.
But after Italy equalised and England went on to lose a penalty shoot-out, the young prince looked gutted and summed up the mood of the country as the Three Lions fell at the final hurdle.