“When they started dating and became more established as an official couple, they were very affectionate in public, almost more affectionate than William and Kate," the hypnotist noted. "I feel that they have toned it down a bit in recent times. I have seen their engaged eye contact has decreased and they aren't as tactile with one another."
"At the event in New York his entire pose and physicality made him look uncomfortable," Judi James explained in an interview. "He sat in an awkward position and he didn’t ‘take control’ of his seat, which means adopting a pose that retains a sense of dignity and elegance whatever chair you’ve been given."
"When he spoke he also rubbed his hand along his thigh, up and down, several times," James stated. "The odd self-comfort gesture can be understandably subconscious but this was repeated to a point that he must have been aware what he was doing."
Along with their time in Manhattan, the spouses were spotted at a charity event for Kevin Costner last fall.
"His hand gestures here at the Costner gig are also ‘different’ for Harry," James explained. "Most of them, like clapping hands together and that high, almost pleading hand clasp are the sort of gestures that tend to say one thing: 'Please listen to me.'"
"They suggest a desire to be listened to when someone speaks and a desire to get and hold the attention and respect of the listener," James continued.
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"It’s interesting here then, that Harry ends up being interrupted by his wife," James continued. "Not only does he seem to be fighting for the guy’s attention he also seems to be losing the battle to Meghan, too. She appears to take over with a smile and social ease that Harry might be lacking."
Stanton spoke to Daily Express.