A body language expert has claimed that the Duchess of Sussex displayed ‘hostile behaviour’ in an interview promoting Suits before meeting Prince Harry.
In the unearthed clip, Meghan Markle, 40, who currently lives in her $14 million California mansion after retiring from royal duty, can be seen chatting with host Ruben Jay in 2016 ahead of a mid-season premiere of the program.
In the discussion, the interviewer switched his question cards while introducing the then actress.
Body language expert Jesus Enrique Rosas said Meghan sent out numerous signals indicating that her ‘mask slipped’ in the clip, explaining in a YouTube video: ‘When an analyst sees a compound expression, you have to judge, what’s the right thing to do? word to define what do you see?
This is because compound expressions can have any facial combination. In this case, my personal view is that I see hostility.”
The Duchess of Sussex displayed ‘hostile behaviour’ in an interview promoting Suits before meeting Prince Harry, according to a body language expert
The clip shows the host introducing Meghan to the camera as he stumbles over his words and shuffles his interview cards again.
The body language expert said Meghan’s facial expression “changed” throughout the clip, saying: “The next change comes when she turns to face the camera, which can be seen as her resting face.
“It’s not hard to see that Meghan has a very intense look, at least that’s the look she wants to give the camera.”
He said, “She tries to play friendly by raising her eyebrows and showing goodwill to the interviewer.”
Jesus kept explaining that the Duchess was seen ‘trying to release stress’ by clenching her jaw as she moved her head down
Jesus further explained that the duchess could be seen clenching as she moved her head downward.
He explained: ‘Clenching the jaws is usually an attempt to release stress. Does it mean that Meghan is always angry? Maybe not.
“But it seems she’s adapted that clenching as a bad habit… But if she’s taken this on as a bad habit, it’s because at one point she had these intense bouts of emotions that a escape from sight.”
Jesus continued: ‘You must look at everything’ [Meghan’s expressions] as a system, and it’s much easier if you reduce expressions to their easiest meanings.
Meanwhile, the body language expert suggested the then-actress “had trouble smiling sincerely” in the interview
First, she has trouble smiling sincerely.
‘Two, she has trouble hiding her tension, it could be anger or frustration
“And three, she looks like she wants to control the story because she seems too affected by the guy talking.
As distracting or confusing as that may be, Meghan was upset and she did a really bad job of hiding it.
“Later in the interview she took the man’s cards and even gets mad when she looks over her shoulder at someone.”
The comments come to the fore as makeup artist Daniel Martin revealed that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle love family life with Archie, 2, and six-month-old Lilibet, but experience the “challenge” of finding the best work-life balance.
The comments come to the fore as makeup artist Daniel Martin revealed that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle love family life with Archie, 2, and six-month-old Lilibet, but experience the ‘challenge’ of finding the best work-life balance.
In a new interview with People magazine, the Duchess of Sussex’s close friend said the pair “found a rhythm as a foursome.”
Meghan has lobbied Congress to consider introducing paid family leave for all Americans, citing her own experience as a new working mom.
‘It’s now about finding that work-life balance. They experience it for themselves,’ Daniel said.
Despite their apparent struggle to strike a balance, the couple has largely been on parental leave since the birth of their daughter Lilibet in June.
Earlier this month, questions were raised about the pair’s £18m Spotify deal, after giving the streaming giant just 35 minutes of content so far.
The pair also have a Netflix deal that industry insiders say could be worth as much as $100 million, while Prince Harry has a $1.7 billion position at Silicon Valley start-up Better Up and a deal. for four books reportedly worth at least £18 million.