Prince Charles ‘wishes to keep his personal feelings hidden.’ following the publication of Harry Potter’s book – an expert
During his and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall’s final day in North Devon, Prince Charles seemed determined to show “emotional resilience,” according to a body language specialist.
Prince Charles, 72, and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, 74, went on a quick tour of Devon and Cornwall this week, just as news surfaced that Prince Harry, 36, was planning to write a profoundly intimate memoir about his childhood as a royal. According to a body language expert, Charles and Camilla appeared to be resilient despite the ongoing controversy on Wednesday as they met members of the public in Bideford.
On the penultimate day of their three-day visit, Charles and Camilla were all smiles as they joined a gathering of the town’s community organisations and young people in Victoria Park.
On Twitter, Clarence House released a photo of the pair on the last day of their trip.
“Today is the final day of the visit to Devon and Cornwall, and Their Royal Highnesses are in North Devon,” the caption stated.
Judi James, a body language specialist and author, analyzed Camilla and Charles’ most recent images and presented her findings.
According to the expert, when meeting members of the public, Charles seemed to want to show off his stiff upper lip and beamed.
“After a day of slightly less assured body language following the revelation about Harry’s planned ‘intimate’ book, Charles appears poised to demonstrate his emotional resilience here, joking and smiling and enjoying the sun,” she told This website.
Judi recounted that the future king defied royal protocol by crouching down to converse with children.
“He even breaks away from his more formal approach in terms of body language mirroring or matching by crouching right down into the ground to play with certain smaller children,” she continued.
Judi thought that this break from traditional norms was noteworthy.
“This level of effort from one of the Firm’s more regal members shouldn’t be overlooked, as it appears to be a move to foster more active empathy and connection in the style of William and Kate,” she said.
Judi observed that Charles seemed “motivated” to disregard his “deep emotions” during his most recent appearance.
“Whatever his underlying emotions are, Charles seemed determined to shrug off any conceivable cloud hovering over his head and put forth even more effort to appear cheerful and worry-free,” she said.
Camilla backed her up. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”