Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton's body language at Wimbledon reveals they are getting along, say experts
Body language experts who have been studying the two Duchesses and their interaction at the Wimbledon tournament say they looked happy and at ease like there was no tension between them
Could the rumored Meghan Markle—Kate Middleton feud finally be over?
It sure looks like it, as body language experts who have been studying the two Duchesses and their interaction at the Wimbledon tournament say they looked happy and at ease like there was no tension between them.
The sisters-in-law outing comes amid fresh rumors that their husbands were having an issue with each other because Prince William thinks Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are going overboard with their attempt to keep baby Archie out of the spotlight. This is not the first rumor that has come up in the past as there have been rumors of a feud between Meghan and Kate since last November.
This is their first appearance together in almost a year. According to Cosmopolitan, body language expert Blanca Cobb said, "there was no evidence of a feud at the event" and "Meghan and Kate were enjoying each other's company".
Cobb said that they were "enjoying the moment" together. "Kate is tilting her shoulder downwards as if to get closer to Meghan, which shows interest in what someone has to say. They both also have genuine smiles, as indicated by the crinkling of the eyes, that you can see their top teeth, and that their cheek muscles are pushed up."
Looking at one particular picture, Cobb said, "What's interesting about this picture is that you'll notice that Meghan's head is tiled a little bit to the right and Kate's head is tilted a little to the left, and when you lean towards something, you lean towards something you like. It's subconscious when this happens, so what that tells us is that there's a level of comfort between them and even though they're not talking, they're still enjoying each other's company."
In another picture, Cobb said it shows that the sisters-in-law are fine with each other. "Again, there's a slight lean towards each other and genuine smiles on their faces. I'm also seeing that there's nothing tense in their body-language—their hands and finger are relaxed—which suggests that there's no tension between them."
Looks like there's no feud after all, and if there was one, it might have been sorted between the two royals.