KATE Middleton appeared to subtly remind Queen Camilla not to breach royal protocol at the weekend, according to a body language expert.
The moment was spotted as the royal women watched the annual Remembrance Sunday service in central London.
The Princess of Wales and Camilla stood on the balcony of the Foreign Office, dressed in black coats and hats, as King Charles laid a wreath at the Cenotaph, followed by Prince William.
Judi James told the Mirror that Kate appeared to gently remind Camilla of her rank at the end of the ceremony.
She said: “There was a moment at the end of the service when both women seemed to define the way that the late Queen’s death has left them still needing small royal hierarchical reminders or cues.
“Camilla turned her head towards the interior but seemed to need Kate to say ‘after you’ as she turned in the same direction.
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“Camilla threw her wide, affectionate smile of what looked like gratitude as the two women stepped elegantly inside."
Judi said the two women looked like a “strong team” as they watched the ceremony and appeared “visibly as status equals.”
Kate was seen looking emotional as she held back tears at the touching service.
The royal mum-of-three paid tribute to the late Queen Elizabeth II, wearing her pair of pearl and diamond leaf earrings.
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It's understood the elegant jewellery belonged to the late monarch as part of a brooch and earring set.
The Princess was also spotted with them while paying her respects at the Queen's funeral in September last year.
The Prince of Wales placed a poppy wreath with the message "In memory of all those who sacrificed so much" which was translated into Welsh as an honourable nod to his title.
It came after the King marched into the solemn service with his son by his side.
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