Royal and body language experts are still analyzing the relationship between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The royal couple remains a hot topic until today and there are theories the Duke of Sussex bravely faced the U.K. media over the fears that the Duchess of Sussex would leave him back then.
Prince Harry has defended Meghan Markle from the start of their relationship to now that they are married and share two kids, Archie and Lilibet. Now that they left the U.K. and lived in the U.S., there are claims the former actress is doing the same to her husband in her home country.
A source told The Times, via Daily Express, no one might dare to have a relationship with Princess Diana and Prince Charles’ youngest son if the palace couldn’t stand up and support his girlfriend. If nothing was done to help his lady love, she might question their romance and tell him it was not what she had signed up for.
Another insider revealed the 37-year-old royal was freaking out, worrying the former “Suits” star would dump him. However, the couple’s spokeswoman had shut down these claims, stressing they were all categorically false.
It has been known that after Sunday Express revealed at the end of October 2016 that Meghan Markle was Prince Harry’s new girlfriend, she quickly became the subject of intense media attention and scrutiny. The duke was even forced to release a statement through his communications secretary, Jason Knauf, who revealed the “Horrible Bosses” star had been subjected to a “wave of abuse and harassment.”
There were also “racial undertones of comment pieces” and “outright sexism and racism” on social media and web content articles and comments. Though it was a rare occasion that Prince Harry would release a public statement about his personal life, he was pushed to do so to defend Meghan Markle.
For starters, this was not the first time that Prince Harry’s love life had acquired overwhelming media attention. In fact, his past relationships with Chelsy Davy and Cressida Bonas ended due to the intense press coverage and public eye that came with dating a royal family member.
Meanwhile, after Prince Harry defended Meghan Markle in the U.K., the latter is doing the same to her husband now that they are in the U.S. Body language expert Judi James told The Mirror that their hand gestures in their infamous interview with Oprah Winfrey said a lot about their relationship.
As Meghan Markle looked confident, the same couldn’t be said to his husband, who seemed to need her support. After being a protective husband in Britain, the tide might have completely changed now that they are in a different country.
James said Prince Harry looked much more vulnerable and Meghan Markle became his “rescuer and protector.” As being in front of the camera is a new world for him, his wife seems to assure she is there to guide him.