MEGHAN Markle's subtle hand gestures reveal her true feelings for the Queen, a royal expert has claimed.
Despite Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's bombshell two years ago that they were stepping down as senior royals, they continued to attend royal engagements with the Queen – even travelling up to Chester in June 2018 for the opening the Mersey Gateway Bridge.
Body language expert Judi James commented on this day and Meghan's several subtle hand gestures that revealed her true feelings towards the monarch.
Judi said: "It was clear from the Queen's congruent and very spontaneous-looking smiles that she was delighted to have her new granddaughter-in-law beside her on this visit.
"Meghan did appear rather nervous initially though, emerging coyly from the train and using some more tentative gesticulation than usual.
"Without new husband Prince Harry beside her to touch and hug her, there was a noticeable increase in Meghan's self-comforting self-touch and checking rituals, suggesting she is still quite in awe of her doting grandmother-in-law."
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Novak Djokovic’s dad calls on the Queen
NOVAK Djokovic's dad has called on the QUEEN to intervene in his son's visa drama and "protect the human rights" of the tennis star after he was allegedly arrested.
The World Number One's father, Srdjan Djokovic, slammed Australia as a "fake democracy" and claimed his son was being treated as a "political prisoner".
During a press conference in Belgrade, Serbia, Srdjan urged the Queen to get involved in the fiasco and "protect the human rights" of his son, the New Zealand Herald reports.
According to a translation, he said: "I call on Queen Elizabeth, the leader of the Commonwealth, to intervene and protect the human rights of my son and to stop the political prosecution carried out against him since he came to Australia."
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Queen extending popular adventure playground
The Queen is EXTENDING her popular Kate Middleton-inspired adventure playground on the Royal Sandringham Estate in Norfolk by adding a new tower based on the ruins of an abandoned medieval church.
Last year the Sandringham Estate, which attracts 500,000 visitors a year, was inspired to build a giant adventure playground modelled on famous local Norfolk landmarks.
It has proved so popular with visitors, the Queen is now adding a new tower based on the ruins of St Mary the Virgin Church in Appleton, which has been abandoned for over 300 years.
The new play tower, which is currently under construction, is being modelled on the small round towered church, which has been ruined since the 18th century.
The Royal estate is also adding additional high-level walkways, landscaping and new seating areas in the playground, which has proved hugely successful since it opened.
- Milica Cosic
Odds on Kate and Will having baby no.4
Bookmaker Coral makes it a 2-1 chance that Kate Middleton and Prince William announce during this year that they are expecting their fourth child.
Coral are expecting Kate Middleton and Prince William to announce this in 2022.
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