Charles shows 'strength against the enemy' but hints at 'sadness and melancholy'

Body language expert Judi James told the royal encouraged Britons to find “strength against the enemy.”

Similarly, though, the royal showed a sense of the “sadness and melancholy” felt across Britain as a result of the pandemic.

In fact, Charles brings a sense of wartime spirit to his speech, looking back at other great public speakers within the Royal Family.

Judi said: “With his body language looking suitably reflective on this Day of Reflection, Charles treats the UK to the kind of formal, almost wartime oratory in his address to the country, referring to us as ‘Ladies and Gentlemen’ in his unsmiling greeting to suggest this is an important conversation between well-mannered adults.

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