Meghan Markle appeared nervous and attempted to imitate the Queen during her first television appearance following the Oprah bombshell interview.
A body language expert claims that Meghan Markle was nervous.
During the Global Citizen Vax Live, A Concert to Reunite The World event in May 2021, a pregnant Duchess Of Sussex gave clear indications of her feelings.
With baby Lilibet’s birth just two months away, she could be seen wearing long red floral-floral pregnancy wear with her baby bump.
Judi James, a leading expert in body language and communication, spoke to the Daily Mirror Her posture and hand gestures were a good indicator of her feelings.
Judi said: “Meghan’s body language at the start looked as serene and static as the large cushion beside her, but with a small self-comfort thumb-rub gesture to suggest some inner nerves, too.
“Hers was a motherly-looking, floral-clad charisma with a lot of kind smiles and bump cupping. The body language expert also observed that some of her more “regal” speech patterns were inspired by Queen Elizabeth II, but were balanced with more modern gestures.
Judi James pointed out that Meghan’s speech patterns appeared to have been inspired in part by Queen Elizabeth II during the interview.
She also added: “The regal note appeared verbally too as she sat, upright and elegant, to refer to ‘My husband and I’ in the style of the Queen, but that cupping gesture that she had also used on Oprah, reminded us of her theme about daughters and woman of the future.”
Meghan spoke out on the program about the devastating effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on women around the globe, and urged people to accept vaccine offers.
Meghan made her most recent TV appearance when she spoke out to praise Prince Harry at last month’s 2022 Invictus Games.