Is the feud between Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton finally over? Body language experts have analyzed the interaction of the two Duchesses at today's Wimbledon tournament, where they seemed happy and laid back, with no hint of tension between them.
Duchesses seemed friendly at tennis
Middleton and Markle were present along with Middleton's sister Pippa to see Serena Williams in the women's singles match against Simona Halep of Romania.
Of course, all eyes were on the Duchesses to see if they had a friendly relationship, looked for signs of a stressful relationship – and were pleasantly surprised when they understood each other like old friends.
Halep, who won the match, Middleton and Markle looked at it: "It was an added boost when I saw them there, the royal family. You have won in this position, it is very beautiful, it is unforgettable.
The body language of the Duchesses showed that everything is good.
Blanca Cobb, a body language expert, highlighted what exactly happened between the two Duchesses.  Cobb confirmed that "there were no signs of feuding at the event," Cosmopolitan said, "Meghan and Kate enjoyed each other's company"
Moment "at the tournament and found that" Kate tilts her shoulder
down as if getting closer to Meghan, which shows interest in what for someone
have to say. They both have a real smile, as indicated by the crackle
the eyes that you can see their upper teeth, and that their cheek muscles are
pushed up. "
In particular, Cobb noted that in a picture," Meghan's head is tilted a little to the right and Kate's head a little to the left, and if you lean toward something, you're leaning toward something you like. It is unconscious when this happens. So that tells us that there is a certain amount of comfort between them and that, while they are not talking, they still enjoy each other's company. "
In another photo at Wimbledon, Cobb said that they" lean on each other "and" have a real smile on their faces. " She also noted, "I also see that her body language does not contain anything tense – her hands and fingers are relaxed – suggesting there is no tension between them.
They were recently discovered in a polo game.
Wimbledon's appearance follows on the heels of Markle and Middleton, who meet with their children as they cheer for their husbands in a polo match for charity.
Once again, the two ladies, who are always famous for their feuds, seemed calm and happy, but royal biographer Duncan Larcombe believes the show was an "orchestrated front".
During an interview with Nine News Australia, hostess Belinda Russell, noted that there appeared to be no feud between the Duchesses, and Larcombe stated, "Is not that what we should think today?"
He continued : "It has been carefully orchestrated – there At these polo games are always photographers. They all looked very happy today, so of course against the background of the rift. I think they are not the best buddies. But with a pinch of salt you have to do a lot … I think they will be quite happy with these pictures. "