Sophie, Countess of Wessex: Body language with children shows ‘confident’ parenting style | #parenting

Sophie, Countess of Wessex tied the knot with Prince Edward on June 19, 1999. They have had two children together, Lady Louise Windsor and James, Viscount Severn. A body language explained what parenting techniques Sophie may use.

Sophie and Prince Edward welcomed their first child, Lady Louise Windsor, 16, in 2003.

James, Viscount Severn, 12, was born four years later in 2007.

When they were born, the royals were not given official titles which may have been done to help protect their privacy.

While they are rarely spotted out, the young royals will sometimes join their parents on outings.

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Sophie is known for her love of horse riding and has occasionally taken Lady Louise out with her.

Last year, the family also made a rare outing as they visited the Wild Place Project at Bristol Zoo.

The young royals have also attended the Royal Family Christmas Day church service in the past.

Commenting on pictures of the family out together, body language expert Darren Stanton gave a look into Sophie’s parenting.

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During one outing, Sophie looked comfortable taking the lead as a parent, the expert told Express.co.uk.

He said: “In one picture, Sophie’s posture and stride are confident and dominant. It is clear that she is the matriarch.

“I think it’s clear from many of the pictures that Sophie is the strongest member of her family.”

While Prince Edward will often join on family days out, it could be Sophie who takes charge with the children.

“Even though she is aware that the moment has been caught by the camera, she is not phased.

“It is clear she is a very strong personality and does not care about the cameras snapping pictures.

“Sophie is a very strong and confident woman who seems unfazed and the most comfortable with the press being present.”




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