Kate’s brood – Prince Louis in particular – stole the show over the Jubilee weekend. Louis pulled all manner of faces while on the balcony with his elder siblings Charlotte and George.
The Queen marked her 70 years on the throne this weekend. Body language expert Judi James told the Sun newspaper: “Anxiety from the parent will transfer to the child, but luckily so can signals of calm. There were some small signals of anxiety that passed between William and Kate as they first stepped out onto the balcony on day one, but it was behind the children’s backs.
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“Otherwise there were no signs of fussing, worrying, checking or negative anticipation, and this response seemed to avoid any moments of drama.” Kate continuously got down to their level, and even allowed them to express themselves freely and act out their normal behaviours.
“The apparent lack of pre-warning signals from Kate probably helped her keep control,” Judi added. “She seemed to know how and when to stand back to encourage confidence and when to supply the small strokes and touches or reassurance when necessary.”
Judi also praised Kate for her looks of pride during the day. The Duchess of Cambridge was also praised for allowing a sense of fun among her kids.
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