The body language of Sophie Wessex and Camilla is “almost polar opposite.”


The body language of Sophie Wessex and Camilla is “almost polar opposite.”

According to a body language expert, despite having “nearly polar opposite” personalities, Sophie, Countess of Wessex and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall are known to be close.

On Wednesday, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, and her sister-in-law Sophie, Countess of Wessex, will attend the biennial Rifles Awards Dinner in London.

Sophie and Camilla are both working members of the Royal Family who have experienced what it’s like to be married to the Queen’s son.

Sophie and Camilla, on the other hand, rarely attend royal engagements together unless they involve several royals, such as the annual Festival of Remembrance or Trooping the Colour.

Given the Queen’s recent rest on doctors’ orders, a body language expert predicts that both royals will be focused on “offering backup” to the Queen at Wednesday’s dinner.

“So far, we haven’t seen any signals of tension between these two women apart from the sense that they never seem particularly drawn to each other as Sophie and Kate invariably do when they appear in public,” Judi James, a body language expert, told This website.

“This new outing may spark some more obvious friendship signals between them, but Camilla hasn’t appeared to be high on Sophie’s list when it comes to more intimate chatting, laughing, or tactile displays.

“Both women appear to be courteous to one another, and both appear to be committed to their roles in the Firm, particularly their current roles of supporting and providing backup to the Queen while she is on leave.

“They’re both practical-looking women, and I’m sure it’s a case of ‘whatever it takes’ in terms of showing unity and continuity right now, so a more active display of shared smiles and chats should be well within their repertoire.”

Sophie has become a popular royal with both the public and the Queen since joining the Royal Family in 1999 after her marriage to Prince Edward.

Sophie is rumored to be a close confidante of the Queen, whose Windsor residence is just a short drive from the Wessexes’ Bagshot Park home.

Sophie is frequently entrusted by the Queen to stand in for her at important royal events, and her public profile has risen in recent years.

After marrying Prince Charles in 2005, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall became a member of the Royal Family.

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