Prince Harry suffered an "air of reflection and sadness" when he returned early to the US following last week's Jubilee celebrations, a body language expert has claimed.
The Duke of Sussex and his wife Meghan Markle made headlines when they didn't attend some of the Jubilee events to mark the Queen's 70-year reign – and sat at the opposite side to the Royal Family for the one engagement they did attend.
Just two days after the Thanksgiving service on Friday (June 3) the ex-royal couple jetted home before the conclusion of the final events, Mirror reports.
Prince Harry was snapped in the front seat of a black Range Rover after arriving back in Santa Barbara, California.
Now a body language expert has claimed the Duke had an "air of reflection and sadness" about him upon his arrival home.
Judi James told The Mirror he had a "solid lip clamp" and noted the "way his eyes are averted to gaze out of the window".
"He might be holding a phone to his ear but if so his conversation isn’t looking animated or upbeat and if not his hand to chin gesture would add to the look of quiet reflection," she added.
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The expert also analysed the Sussexes' one Jubilee appearance on Friday, saying: "Meghan and Harry did a heroic job of looking resilient and upbeat while keeping a low profile and avoiding any signals of anything bordering on drama, although Harry’s body language leakage signals of inner anxiety were pronounced.
"Being relegated from the super-popular, A-list prince of Netflix who is cheered to the rafters for his campaigns to make the world a better place to the back row royal position at St Paul’s must have hurt and it would only seem natural if he did rush back for a return visit any day soon, if ever."
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