Proud father Prince Harry cradled his newborn baby as he introduced him to the world this afternoon.
Meghan, 37, placed her hand on her husband’s left arm and continued to play with her hair before giving her husband a loving pat on the back during the photo call in St George’s Hall this afternoon.
Body language expert Judi James explained that while the
Speaking exclusively to Femail, she said: ‘This was pretty much a first in senior
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex with their baby son, who was born on Monday morning, during a photocall in St George’s Hall at Windsor Castle in Berkshire
Proud father Prince Harry cradled his newborn baby as he introduced him to the world this afternoon
Body language expert said Meghan used ‘protective and reassuring touches and tie signs’ while Harry cradled the baby throughout
She continued: ‘Harry took his duties seriously and the softening of his facial features as he looked at his new baby formed a very besotted looking ‘look of love.’
‘In comparison, it was sister-in-law Kate Middleton rather than Prince William who held Prince George, Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte when she showed her newborn baby’s to the nation.’
The expert also pointed out that while the parents were looking lovingly at their newborn, the love was still evident between them, too.
‘Prince Harry and and Meghan still used some intense eye contact with one another though, keeping their own loving communications alive while they cooed over the baby,’ said Judi.
Prince George was wrapped in a blanket but did not have a cap when he was first seen in 2013
Adorable baby Charlotte was given the same introduction to the world in May 2015, pictured
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge swaddled newborn Louis in a white blanket and cap when they appeared on the steps of the Lindo Wing hours after his birth in April last year
‘Meghan’s hair and face-touch rituals suggested some slight anxiety but overall it was her taking the protective leadership role.’
‘She even rewarded Harry with a loving pat and back rub as they walked away from the cameras.’