Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have since become famous for their love engagements since announcing their engagement in November 2017. According to body language experts, these public affections have rubbed off on Prince William and Kate Middleton, who seem more beloved than ever.
Judi James, a leading body language speaker, Express said that the subtle changes in the body language of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge prove that Kate has "gained confidence since returning from maternity protection".
"It seems there have been some internal changes in the body language of Kate and husband William since the birth of her third child," Judi reveals.
"Kate seems to have increased in reliance on her first public outing together since birth and William is unusually tactile, winking at some sweet 'ringing' smiles at his wife to show he is incredibly pleased to put her back on
James added, "Kate steps out of the car and her hull and arm movements tell a similar story of self-confidence and energy."
"The couple always looks happy and affectionate, but usually not tactile.
"This tendency to touch in public seems to be a new trait for them."
"It could be a signal of delighted parenting, but it could also have been stimulated by the very tactful ads of Harry and Meghan
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are often potted in PDA, a trait that has become something of their signature.