Meghan talks in 'the style of the Queen' in first appearance since Oprah, says expert


The Duchess of Sussex appeared in a pre-recorded video message as part of the Global Citizen VAX Live concert. In the clip, Meghan spoke about the impact that the Covid pandemic was having on women. Judi James told The Sun that the Duchess’ posture and language were both reminiscent of the style of the British monarch.

The body language expert explained: “With the bench she was sitting on looking suspiciously like a plug for her new book, 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 floral-clad, maternal-looking charisma, low on passionate gesticulation and high on kind smiles and bump-cupping.

“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 women of the future.”

Last Sunday, a star-studded cast of musicians put on a concert in front of over 20,000 fans at the SoFi stadium in Inglewood, California.

It was organised by the Global Citizen action group to raise money for purchasing vaccines for priority populations around the world.

Both Meghan and Harry served as campaign chairs for the ‘VAX Live: The Concert to Reunite the World’ extravaganza.

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She said: “My husband and I are thrilled to soon be welcoming a daughter.

“It’s a feeling of joy we share with millions of other families around the world.

“When we think of her, we think of all the young women and girls around the globe who must be given the ability and the support to lead us forward.”



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