The body language of Camilla and Charles indicates that they are ‘nesting,’ but Charles remains the ‘star of the show.’
CAMILLA, Duchess of Cornwall, married Prince Charles in 2005 and became a member of the Royal Family. Their public body language, according to one expert, shows that they are “nesting.”
In 2005, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, and Prince Charles married in a civil ceremony at Windsor Guildhall. Since then, the couple has attended countless royal engagements together.
Although Camilla should be Queen Consort when Charles succeeds his mother, Clarence House previously stated that she would not do so.
The Duchess will continue to serve as Princess Consort alongside Charles in his royal duties.
Camilla has become a patron of various organizations and charities during her 16 years as a member of the Royal Family, which keeps her highly busy in her role.
She is frequently seen on her alone as well as with Charles at royal engagements.
Judi James, a body language specialist, told This website that the couple has been standing closer to each other on recent outings.
“As Charles and Camilla grow older, and perhaps as they become more irritated by some of the US comments, their public body language suggests closer ‘nesting or nestling’ together, i.e. they are tending to stand closer at times and lean in closer to one another to present what appears to be a united and subtly mutually-protective front.”
“Despite this growing trend, their body language still makes it very evident who is the show’s star and main performer.
“We may have forgotten about Charles’s fondness for stage performances, but he was at his happiest at university when he was performing comedy turns and sketches in front of an audience.
“This love of the spotlight was subdued in later years, when he was competing first with Diana and then with two considerably more charismatic sons, but today, with Camilla, he looks to be embracing every minute of the public spotlight in some instances.
“Camilla is a body language enhancer of this trait since she is always eager to take a step back and draw as little attention as possible.
“We can observe some mirroring with mutual hunching and hand clasps when they pose close together, but as Charles warms up to his performance, marching ahead and employing attention-getting movements like the point and splayed arms, he can do so confidently.”
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