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Kate Middleton and Prince William are in “complete unison and congruence” when interacting with others, a body language expert has said.

Speaking following the couple’s visit to Manchester on Tuesday for the unveiling of the Manchester arena bombing, Darren Stanton, speaking on behalf of Slingo said: “Kate and William throughout the event appeared to be completely in sync.

Note the position of the couple’s feet when they are speaking to others – they are in complete unison and congruency to the person they are speaking to. If the feet position is symmetrical, it’s an indicator that a good rapport is present.

“During his appearance in Manchester, William adopted a very similar posture and behavioral gestures to those he displayed when attending the Anzac Day service recently, like bowing his head. When he made his way around the memorial, you’ll notice his hands were placed in front of him rather than by his side.

“This under any other circumstance would signify a lack of confidence and a lack of reassurance. However, in this context, it’s what we call a subservient and respectful gesture. During a powerful and solemn occasion such as this, holding his hands in front of him is a gesture of respect.

“It’s clear from Kate’s royal engagements in recent years that she is growing in confidence in great abundance, whether attending solo or with Will by her side. William, meanwhile, appears to be embracing the current shift in the monarchy, which will see Charles stepping up to soon be King and himself and Kate becoming the new face of the Royal family. ”

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